Martin C. S. Wong
Dr. Martin Wong graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong with Bachelor of Medical Science (Hons, Pharmacology) and MBChB in 1999. He completed his vocational training in Family Medicine in the Hong Kong College of Family Physicians and obtained his Academy Fellowship as a Family Medicine specialist. Shortly after qualified as a medical doctor, he studied three additional master degrees in the areas of public health, administration and human resource management graduating with first honors by finishing in the first place, and was bestowed the Dean’s list award for Outstanding Academic Achievements by the University College Dublin, Ireland. He joined the School of Public Health of the Faculty of Medicine, CUHK in 2005 after winning a medal “Best Original Research by Trainees” awarded by the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine by his research project on antihypertensive pharmacology, and formally started to participate in academic research and teaching of medical students. His areas of academic interests include pharmacoepidemiology and screening of common chronic diseases, including hypertension, diabetes, dyslipidemia, cardiovascular diseases and colorectal cancer. He is currently engaged in teaching BSc (Public Health) and undergraduate medical students, supervising postgraduate students, and is an active researcher in both clinical and public health medicine as principal investigators of several projects funded by external competitive grants. He is also active offering consultancy services to various organizations, and took up the position of director of the CUHK Jockey Club Bowel Cancer Education Centre in addition to other administrative duties.
Biography Updated on 30 October 2012