Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery (ENT) Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong 香港中文大學 醫學院 耳鼻咽喉 — 頭頸外科學系 - Prof LEE Yuet Sheung Kathy
Prof Kathy LEE

Appointment

  • Chief, Division of Speech Therapy
    Associate Professor
    Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery, CUHK

 

Professional Qualifications

2003 Doctor of Philosophy
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
1992 Bachelor of Science (Speech and Hearing Sci.)
University of Hong Kong, (First Class Honor)
1986 Bachelor of Social Science
The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Second Class Honor, Upper Division)

 

Honorary Appointments

Assistant Director
Institute of Human Communicative Research, CUHK
Deputy Director
Research and Technology Centre for Language and Communication Disorders, Shenzhen Research Institute, CUHK
Honorary Advisor
Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapists
Honorary Speech Therapist
New Territories East Cluster, Hospital Authority
Honorary Consultant
Chun Tok School
Honorary Consultant
Social Work Services Division, Caritas-Hong Kong
Honorary Consultant
Happy Pa Ma Column, Ming Pao
Advisor
Project Aspire, the Hong Kong Institute of Education
Advisor
Hong Kong WHO Collaborating Centre for Rehabilitation

 

Professional Memberships

2006 - present Full Member, Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapist
1994 - 2000 Full Member, Union of Hong Kong Speech Therapists (Medical)

 

Selected Publications

  • Lee, K.Y.S. (2012). Cantonese Tone Identification Test (CANTIT). Hong Kong: Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, the Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Lee, K.Y.S. and Ng, I. H.-Y. (2011). The impact of hearing loss on speakers of tonal languages: insights from long-term studies on Cantonese speakers. In J. P. Dupont (Ed.). Hearing Loss: Classification, Causes and Treatment. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Jockey Club Sign Bilingualism and Co-enrolment in Deaf Education Programme. (2010). Sound Jigsaw: A Speech Perception Training Kit for Cantonese-speaking Children with Hearing Impairment. G.W.L.Tang, K.Y.S.Lee, C.K.M.Yiu, T.H.M.Lau & R.H.W.Wong (Eds.).Hong Kong: Centre for Sign Linguistics and Deaf Studies, the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  • Lee, K.Y.S., van Hasselt, C.A. & Tong, M.C.F. (2010). Lexical tone perception ability of profoundly hearing-impaired children: performance of cochlear implant and hearing aid users. Otology & Neurotolog, 31(7), 1079-1087.
  • Lee, K.Y.S., van Hasselt, C.A. & Tong, M.C.F. (2010). Age sensitivity in the acquisition of lexical tone production: evidence from children with profound congenital hearing impairment after cochlear implantation. Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngolog, 119(4), 258-265.
  • Lee, K.Y.S., Liu, A.L.Y., Kan, P.P.K., Luke, K.M., Mak, Y.M., Cheung, P.M.P., Cheng, L. & Wong, I. (2009). A case series on the social thinking training of mainstreamed secondary school students with high-functioning autism. Hong Kong Journal of Mental Health, 35(1), 10-17.
  • Lee, K.Y.S., van Hasselt, C.A., & Tong, M.C.F. (2008). Tone perception in Cantonese-speaking children with hearing aids. Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology 117(4), 313-316.
  • Lee, K.Y.S., Tong, M.C.F. & van Hasselt, C.A. (2007). Tone production performance in children receiving cochlear implants at different ages. Ear & Hearing, 28, 2, 34S-37S.
  • Lee, K.Y.S. (2006). The Cantonese Basic Speech Perception Test (CBSPT). Hong Kong: Department of Surgery, the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  • Lee, K.Y.S. & van Hasselt, C.A. (2005). Spoken word recognition in cochlear implant children: a five-year study on speakers of a tonal language. Ear and Hearing, 26, 4, Suppl, 30S-37S.

 

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