Professor Tong has special interests in the fields of otology, neurotology, hearing implants, skull base surgery and minimally invasive techniques in Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and has published widely in these fields. Being the Chief Operating Officer of the Institute of Human Communicative Research of the University, Professor Tong has been actively in the national and international academic circle in the area of implant and rehabilitative otology. The Prince of Wales Hospital Hearing Implant Programme, under his leadership since 1994, is a centre of excellence in the region. Its activities include development of pioneering surgical approaches, publication of audiological assessment and speech rehabilitation materials and supporting/training of professionals. Apart from establishing a charity foundation for hearing and communicative disorders, the Hear Talk Foundation, he is a prime promoter of the newly established World Chinese Academy of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, responsible for inter- and intra-disciplinary academic communications.
Associate Director and Chief Operating Office, The Institute of Human Communicative Research
Member of Exchange Programme Committee, Chung Chi College
Member of Education and Training Committee, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Jockey Minimally Invasive Surgical Skills Centre
Cluster Coordinator for ENT Services, New Territories East Cluster, Hospital Authority
Director, The Chinese University of Hong Kong - Shenzhen Nanshan People's Hospital Joint Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery Training Centre cum Microsurgical and Endoscopic Skills Laboratory
|June 1987||MBChB (CUHK) - Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at The Chinese University of Hong Kong|
|June 1989||Certificate from Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates in USA|
|June 1996||Dip Epidemiology and Applied Statistics - Diploma in Epidemiology and Applied Statistics at The Chinese University of Hong Kong|
|June 2000||MD - Doctor of Medicine at The Chinese University of Hong Kong|
|November 1991||DLO (RCPI & RCSI) - Diploma in Laryngology and Otology at Royal College of Physicians of Ireland and Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland|
|November 1991||FRCS (Edin) - Fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh|
|February 1992||FCSHK - Fellowship of College of Surgeons of Hong Kong|
|June 1995||FHKCORL - Fellowship of Hong Kong College of Otorhinolaryngologists (Founding Fellow)|
|June 1995||FHKAM (Otorhinolaryngology) - Fellowship of Hong Kong Academy of Medicine (Otorhinolaryngology)|
Invited Visiting Professorship
|First Affiliated Hospital at Sun Yat-sen University, China|
|Shantou University Medical College, China|
|Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine, China|
|Peking Union Medical College Hospital, China|
|Shanghai Medical College at Fudan University, China|
Membership of Academic and Professional Bodies
|Honorary Consultant in Otorhinolaryngology, New Territories Clusters, Hospital Authority|
|Honorary Consultant in Otorhinolaryngology, United Christian Hospital, Hospital Authority|
|Chairman of Board of Directors and Chairman of Executive Committee, Hear Talk Foundation|
|Vice President, Hong Kong Society of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery|
|Member, Hong Kong Surgical Laser Association|
|Member, Hong Kong Medical Association|
|Member, Hong Kong Society of Sleep Medicine|
|Member, Georges Portmann Institute|
|Member, Hong Kong Society of Minimal Access Surgery|
|Education Committee Member, Hong Kong College of Otorhinolaryngologists|
|Overseas Scientific Committee Member, School of Otolaryngology, Capital Medical University|
|Honorary Consultant, Macau Oncology Association|
|Vice-President, Committee of Head and Neck Tumor Surgery, Chinese Anticancer Association|
|Member, Collegium Oto-Rhino-Laryngologicum Amicitiae Sacrum|
|Vice-Chairman and Council Member, World Chinese Academy of Otorhinolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery|
|Member, Committee of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Shenzhen Medical Association|
|Consultant, Macao Association of Otorhinolaryngology|
|Honorary Consultant in Otorhinolaryngology, Nanjing Drum Tower Hospital, Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing University Medical School|
|Member, Hong Kong Voice Foundation|
|Member, Hong Kong Professionals and Senior Executives Association|
|Member, Hong Kong Convention Ambassador of the Hong Kong Tourism Board|
|Member, Committee of Charitable Outreach Programme, Union Hospital|
|Expert Witness, Hong Kong Academy of Medicine|
|Honorary Consultant, Longgang Central Otolaryngology Hospital|
|Honorary Consultant in Otolaryngology, Ningbo No.2 Hospital|
|Vice Director, Shenzhen Otolaryngology Institute|
|Honorary Consultant, Musician's Clinic|
|Member, Federation of The Hong Kong Guangdong Community Organizations|
|Honorary Clinical Supervisor for the Vocational Training Programme in Family Medicine, Hong Kong College of Family Physicians|
|Honorary Coresponding Member, Italian Society of Rhinology|
|Member, Medical Advisory Board, Advanced Bionics Asia Pacific Ltd.|
|Advisor, CH Healthcare Fund|
Over 170 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters and books
Over 340 abstracts published in conference proceedings
Over 560 oral, poster and video presentations
Professor of Surgery (Otor)Prof. VAN HASSELT Charles Andrew
Professor Andrew van Hasselt qualified in medicine in South Africa in 1976 and in his subsequent training was awarded diplomas in both aviation and underwater medicine before becoming a specialist in Johannesburg in 1984. The following year, he was appointed as Chief of Division of Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) in the Department of Surgery at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, stationed in the University’s teaching hospital, the Prince of Wales Hospital in the New Territories of Hong Kong. His task was to set up and develop a completely new ENT division with provision for teaching, research and clinical service. This division now operates as a mature unit undertaking undergraduate training, approved by the UK’s General Medical Council and post-graduate training, recognized by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. This has become one of the finest and most influential ENT units in the world, playing a major role in the development of the specialty, notably in China and Southeast Asia. Professor van Hasselt has developed all aspects of the Ear, Nose and Throat specialty. The Division has evolved into an indepandent academic Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery in 2007. His career reflects his passion for hearing restoration and in 1994 he delivered the Joseph Toynbee Memorial Lecture to the Royal Society of Medicine, on his major surgical developments in mastoid surgery reconstruction using the ‘Hong Kong’ vascular flap technique. He has set up both paediatric and adult cochlear implant programmes and has been asked to supervise the establishment of similar programmes in China and several countries in Southeast Asia. In collaboration with international experts in the field, he runs courses in advanced otology, endoscopic sinus surgery, cochlear implants and medical lasers. His publication of two editions of the definitive comprehensive work on “Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma” (widely acclaimed as the reference work on this cancer) well reflects his broad interest across the ENT field and standing in his chosen specialty. He is passionate about the integration of academic and clinical experience and has played an influential leadership role in disseminating expertise in minimally invasive surgical techniques. He conceived and now directs The Chinese University of Hong Kong Jockey Club Minimally Invasive Surgical Skills Centre, which also offers certified robotic surgical training attracting widespread regional and international acclaim.
Professor of Surgery (Otor)
Professor (by courtesy), Department of Imaging and Interventional Radiology
Director and Chairman of Management Board, The Institute of Human Communicative Research
Chairman of Executive Board, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Jockey Club Minimally Invasive Surgical Skills Centre
Research Grants Received
Invited Visiting Professorships
Membership of Academic and Professional Bodies
Member, Collegium Oto-Rhino-Laryngologium Amicitiae Sacrum
Member, General Medical Council
Fellow, Royal Society of Medicine
Member, Sections of Otology and Laryngology, Royal Society of Medicine
Member, British Association of Surgical Oncology–Association for Cancer Surgery
Member, European Society of Surgical Oncology
Member, British Medical Association
Member, South African Medical and Dental Council
Honorary Member, South African Society of Otorhinolaryngology
Member, South African Society of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
Member, South African Head and Neck Oncology Society
Member, College of Medicine of South Africa (Faculty of Otorhinolaryngology)
Member, Asian-Pacific Association for Lasers in Medicine and Surgery
Member, Georges Portmann Institute (intermediate past International President)
Honorary Member, ORL Travelling Club
Member, Hong Kong Head and Neck Society
Member, Hong Kong Surgical Laser Association
Member, Hong Kong Society of Sleep Medicine
Honorary Consultant in Otorhinolaryngology, New Territories East Cluster, Hospital Authority
Honorary Consultant in Otorhinolaryngology, United Christian Hospital, Hospital Authority
Member of Expert Panel in Otorhinolaryngology, Hospital Authority
Honorary Adviser (Medical), New Voice Club of Hong Kong
Honorary Adviser (Medical), Hong Kong Society for the Deaf
Member, Advisory Committee, Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences, Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong
Member, Hong Kong Society of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery
Member, Hong Kong Medical Association
Fellow Member, Hong Kong Institute of Science
Board Member, Asian Pacific Symposium on Cochlear Implant and Related Sciences
Member, International Medical Advisory Board, Cochlear Ltd.
Member, Medical Advisory Committee, Blue Care JV (BVI) Holdings Ltd.
Advisor, Macau Association of Otorhinolaryngology
Honorary Adviser, Hong Kong Society of Audiology
Hong Kong Convention Ambassador, Hong Kong Tourism Board
Expert Witness, Hong Kong Academy of Medicine
Volunteer Supervising Doctor, Medical Council of Hong Kong
Honorary Advisor, Hong Kong Parent Association for the Hearing Impaired
Director, HKSH Charitable Foundation
Life member, Hear Talk Foundation
Over 400 journal articles, book chapters and books
Over 570 abstracts published in conference proceedings
Over 500 oral, poster and video presentations
Director of Postgraduate TeachingDr. WOO Kong Sang John
Dr. Woo obtained his MBBS degree in the University of Hong Kong in 1983 and is currently ENT Consultant at the Prince of Wales Hospital and Chief of Service of the Department of ENT of the New Territories East Cluster. Dr. Woo has special interest in the field of Rhinology and Endoscopic Sino-nasal Surgery in his clinical practice.
Dr. Woo firmly believes in continuous education and training and has been actively involved with postgraduate teaching. He has organized regular ENT Update Courses for general practitioners and family physicians since 1990; regular FESS Courses with Cadaver Dissection since 1993; regular Certificate ENT Nursing Courses since 1995. Dr. Woo has also supervised candidates through their master and PhD programs.
Director of Postgraduate Teaching
Clinical Professor (honorary) of the Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery of The Chinese University of Hong Kong
MBBS (HK), FRCS (Edinburgh), DLO (London), FHKCORL, FHKAM (Otorhinolaryngology)
Membership of Academic and Professional Bodies
Fellow, the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Fellow, the College of Surgeons of Hong Kong
Fellow, the Hong Kong College of Otorhinolaryngology
Fellow, the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine (Otorhinolaryngology)
Founding Fellow, the Hong Kong Surgical Laser Association
Member, the Royal Society of Medicine (U.K.)
Ex-member, the Occupational Deafness Medical Committee
Ex-chairman, the Co-ordinating Committee [ENT], Hospital Authority of Hong Kong
President, the Hong Kong College of Otorhinolaryngologists
Research and Publications
Dr. Woo has a broad research interest including Rhinology, Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma, Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery and ENT infections and has published over eighty peer-reviewed articles and book chapters.
Over 250 oral, poster and video presentations
Director of ResearchDr. VLANTIS Alexander Chris
Dr. Alexander Vlantis is an Associate Professor in the Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery of The Chinese University of Hong Kong at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Hong Kong. His interest is head and neck oncological surgery, including surgery for recurrent nasopharyngeal carcinoma. He coordinates the undergraduate ENT programme for Medical Students of the Chinese University of Hong Kong Medical Faculty. Prior to his present appointment he worked in South Africa and The Netherlands.
Director of Research
Head and Neck Oncology Surgery
Undergraduate and postgraduate training at the University of Witwatersrand Medical Faculty Teaching Hospitals in South Africa.
Fellowship training at the Nijmegen Academic Hospital in the Netherlands.
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Diplomate in Anaesthetics of the Faculty of Anaesthetics
The College of Medicine of South Africa
Fellow of College of Surgeons of South Africa - Otorhinolaryngology
The College of Medicine of South Africa
Fellow (Foundation Fellow - by election)
The College of Surgeons of Hong Kong
42 Peer-reviewed articles, 5 book chapters
Visiting Lecturer, Department of Surgery, Prince of Wales Hospital, Hong Kong
Visiting Fellow, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Nijmegen Academic Hospital, The Netherlands
Senior Consultant, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Tygerberg Academic Hospital, South Africa
Membership of Professional Societies and Councils
Fellow of the College of Surgeons of Hong Kong
Fellow of the College of Surgeons of South Africa
General Medical Council (U.K.): Full registration as a Medical Practitioner
General Medical Council (U.K.): Inclusion on Specialist Registe in Otolaryngology
Health Professions Council of South Africa: Specialist Registration inOtorhinolaryngology
Netherlands Association of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
Clinical, Teaching and Research Activities
The Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery of The Chinese University of Hong Kong is a professorial unit. The Department is a tertiary referral centre and provides a full range of head and neck services to the community, managing advanced head and neck oncological cases as well as a wide range of benign head and neck conditions. Supervised teaching and training of medical students, interns, basic surgical trainees, higher surgical trainees and family physicians is provided. The department is involved in a wide range of research in areas of oncology. The department has a close working relationship with other departments in the hospital and university, in Hong Kong and internationally.
Chief, Division of RhinologyDr. CHOW M. W. Samuel
Chief, Division of Rhinology, Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Private practising Otorhinolaryngologist in Hong Kong
Clinical Associate Professor (honorary), Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Honorary Consultant, ENT Department, United Christian Hospital
Honorary Specialist, ENT Department, New Territories East Cluster
MBBS (HK) 1982
|1986||FRCS (EDIN) general surgery|
|1987||FRCS (GLASG) general surgery|
|1988||FRCS (EDIN) otorhinolaryngology|
|1988||DLO (LOND) otorhinolaryngology|
Fellow/Member of Society
The Hong Kong Otorhinolaryngological Society
The Hong Kong Medical Association
Sham CL, Woo JKS, van Hasselt CA. Endoscopic resection of inverted papilloma of the nose and paranasal sinuses. J Larynogol Otol 1998;112:758-764.
Sham CL, van Hasselt CA. Endoscopic terminal dacryocystorhinostomy. Laryngoscope. 2000;110:1045-9.
Sham CL, King AD, van Hasselt CA, Tong MCF. The roles and limitations of computed tomography in the preoperative assessment of sinonasal inverted papillomas. Am J Rhinol 2008;22:144-150.
Sham CL, Woo JKS, van Hasselt CA, Tong MCF. Treatment results of sinonasal inverted papilloma: an 18 – year study. Am J Rhinol Allergy 2009;23:203-211.
Sham CL, Lee DLY, van Hasselt CA, Tong MCF. A case-control study of the risk factors associated with sinonasal inverted papilloma. Am J Rhinol Allergy 2010;24:e37-e40
Sham CL, To KF, Chan PKS, Lee DLY, Tong MCF, van Hasselt CA. The prevalence of Human Papillomavirus, Epstein-Barr Virus, p21 and p53 Expression in sinonasal inverted papilloma, nasal polyp and hypertrophied turbinate of Hong Kong patients. Head Neck 2012;34:520-33.
Thesis (2012): Clinico-pathological Characteristics of Sinonasal Inverted Papilloma: Are they unique in Hong Kong?
Organization of Courses on Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
Running regular courses on basic and advanced FESS organized by the Chinese University of Hong Kong over the past 20 years.
Chief, Division of LaryngologyDr. KU Ka Ming Peter
Chief, Division of Laryngology
Dr. Ku is a consultant ENT surgeon at the United Christian Hospital in Hong Kong and Clinical Associate Professor (honorary) in Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery in The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is the Chief of the Division of Laryngology in the Department and is active in research in NPC dysphagia. He is also a member of European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery and team member of Division of Facial Plastic Surgery in his department. Dr. Ku is also interested in functional and aesthetic septorhinoplasty and other facial plastic surgery.
Chief, Division of Head & Neck SurgeryDr. NG Siu Kwan
Chief, Division of Head & Neck Surgery
Dr. SK Ng received his basic medical training in The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). After graduation from the medical school, he pursued his specialist training in the Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital and the Prince of Wales Hospital (PWH).
He is currently a consultant surgeon of the Department of ENT in PWH and Clinical Associate Professor (honorary) of CUHK.
His main clinical interests include transoral laser surgery for pharyngolaryngeal diseases, thyroid surgery and also salivary gland surgery. Aside from conventional surgeries, he has been actively involved in sialendoscopy, a novel minimally invasive technique in managing salivary gland diseases. The sialendoscopy service that he established in Prince of Wales Hospital is among the earliest of this kind in Hong Kong.
Chief, Division of Paediatric OtorhinolaryngologyDr. ABDULLAH Victor James
Chief, Division of Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology
BSc (Hons), MBBS (London), FRCS (England), FRCS (Edinburgh), FCSHK, FHKCORL, FHKAM (Otol)
Dr. Abdullah graduated from the former Charing Cross & Westmister Hospital, now Imperial College (London) in 1985. During his medical school days, he took an intercalated year to further his research experience at Middlesex Hospital of the University of London. He was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree with Honors in1982. He developed an interest in ENT, Head and Neck Surgery during his clinical years and confirmed his interest when he undertook an Elective attachment as a student at the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital, London in 1984. During his internship, he spent three months of his Surgical Training in Ear Nose and Throat Surgery which took his interest in the subject further. After spending four years of training in ENT at the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital, London, 1988-1992 during which he completed his registrar training and obtained his FRCS (England), he returned to Hong Kong to further his advanced training under Professor Charles Andrew van Hasselt at The Chinese University of Hong Kong and has served the Hospital Authority of Hong Kong since then.
Dr. Abdullah's interests are in Paediatric Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery and Surgery for Sleep Apnoea. He remains committed to public service and takes a strong interest in teaching and training.
He is presently the Consultant and Cluster Chief of Service, Department of ENT, United Christian Hospital, an affiliated unit of the Department of ENT, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, serving a population of one million in Kwun Tong and Tseung Kwan O, Kowloon East Cluster. He is a Clinical Associate Professor (honorary), Chief of Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology of the University Department.
Chief Division of Otology & NeurotologyDr. Willis TSANG
Chief Division of Otology & Neurotology
Clinical Associate Professor (honorary)
Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Department of Ear, Nose & Throat, Prince of Wales Hospital
MBChB(CUHK), FRCS(Edin), FRCSEd(ORL), FCSHK, FHKCORL, FFHKAM (Otorhinolaryngology), Specialist in Otorhinolaryngology
Chief, Division of Facial Plastic SurgeryDr. SOO Ming Soon Gordon
Chief, Division of Facial Plastic Surgery
Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Honorary Consultant (NTEC), Hospital Authority
MB,BS (LONDON), FRCS (GLASGOW), FCSHK, FHKCORL, FHKAM ORL
Dr. Gordon Soo was born in Brunei Darussalam, a small oil-rich sultanate on the island of Borneo. He read medicine at the University College & Middlesex School of Medicine, The University of London. After concluding his higher specialist training in Otorhinolaryngology in the United Kingdom, he flew east and home. On the way, he stopped by and joined The Chinese University of Hong Kong as an Honorary Visiting Lecturer for a year.
The dynamism, academic opportunities and challenges and the renown "can-do" spirit of the Hong Kong community urged him to continue to pursue his specialty development and service with the Hospital Authority of Hong Kong and to serve the local community. At the same time, his affiliated appointment with the Division of Otorhinolaryngology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong as Clinical Associate Professor (honorary), further stimulated Dr. Soo to develop and challenge his ideas within the field.
Dr. Soo has over thirty scientific publications in local and peer reviewed publications and has lectured on his speciality subjects to lay and peer audiences and medical students. He also helps write and edit for the Hong Kong College of Otorhinolaryngologists magazine, SENSES. Dr. Soo has also organised large conferences eg The 10th ASEAN ORL Congress, Brunei in 2003 and our Inaugural 2006 CUHK ENT Conference.
His area of interests include bone anchored solutions and facial plastic surgery. Dr. Soo has successfully organised Baha courses and directs the CUHK-NTEC Baha and Osseointegration Programme. He has been an invited faculty to regional countries like India and Korea to demonstrate this technology. Dr. Soo was the concept director of the 3D graphic animated Baha surgery which is solely licensed to The Chinese University for educational instruction.
Dr. Soo is also the Chief of Facial Plastic Surgery for the Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery. His focussed expertise is ear reconstruction and septorhinoplasty but he has a clear direction and passion to continue to help further develop this area for the local and Asian community.
Chief, Division of AudiologyMr. WONG Ka Cheong Terence
Chief, Division of Audiology
|1991||M.Sc. University of Southampton, U.K.|
|1990||P.C. Ed. Universtiy of Hong Kong, H.K.|
|1986||B.Sc. Universtiy of Hong Kong, H.K.|
|2012-2015||Member, Occupational Deafness Medical Committee, Occupational Deafness Compensation Board|
|2005-Present||Cluster Coordinator (Audiology), New Territories East Cluster, Hospital Authority|
|2001-Present||Adjunct Assistant Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong|
|1997-Present||Honorary Assistant Professor / Clinical Supervisor (part-time) University of Hong Kong|
Chief, Division of Speech TherapyProf. LEE Yuet Sheung Kathy
Chief, Division of Speech Therapy
|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)|
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
|2006 - present||Full Member, Hong Kong Association of Speech Therapist|
|1994 - 2000||Full Member, Union of Hong Kong Speech Therapists (Medical)|
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.
Assistant ProfessorDr. CHAN Ying Kuen Jason
Dr Chan graduated from Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ School of Medicine in London, followed by specialist training in Otolaryngology, Head and Neck surgery at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions with advanced training in Head and Neck surgery, microvascular reconstruction and robotics. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery at The Chinese University of Hong Kong with research interests including HPV associated oropharyngeal carcinoma, nasopharyngeal carcinoma and the application of robotics in Head and Neck Surgery.
01/2006 – ECFMG – Certificate from Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates in USA
07/2005 – MBBS (London) – Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at the University of London
07/2014 – LMCHK – Licentiate Medical Council Hong Kong
06/2014 – Diplomate American Board of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery