Dr Philip H Li 李曦
|2012||The University of Hong Kong||MBBS|
|2012||The University of Hong Kong||MRes(Med)|
|2015||Royal College of Physicians||MRCP|
|2018||The University of Hong Kong||PDipID|
|2019||Hong Kong College of Physicians||FHKCP|
|2019||Fellow of the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine||FHKAM (Medicine)|
|The University of Hong Kong||Professional Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education|
Dr Philip Li is a Specialist in Immunology & Allergy and Clinical Assistant Professor under the Department of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. He graduated with his MBBS and Master of Research in Medicine at the University of Hong Kong in 2012, and joined the Department of Medicine of Queen Mary Hospital in 2013. He underwent overseas training at the Department of Allergy at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital, as well as the Departments of Immunology at the Royal Free Hospital and Royal London Hospital in London. Dr Li completed his specialist training in Immunology & Allergy and was conferred Fellow of the Hong Kong College of Physicians and Hong Kong Academy of Medicine in 2019.
Dr Li has led the development of the in-patient drug allergy and immunology service as well as establishing the Immunology Clinics at Queen Mary and Grantham Hospitals. Since then, he has diagnosed many “first” adult immunodeficiency syndromes in Hong Kong and rare causes of previously undiagnosed anaphylaxis. Dr Li is also an executive committee member of the Hong Kong Allergy Association, member of the Asia Pacific Association of Allergy Asthma and Clinical Immunology’s Drug Allergy Committee and helped to established Hong Kong’s hereditary angioedema patient support group.
Dr Li has special interests in anaphylaxis, drug hypersensitivity and immunodeficiency. He conducted the region’s foremost drug allergy studies which paved the way toward Hong Kong’s drug allergy de-labelling initiative. He has published over 40 peer-reviewed articles in the fields of allergy, immunology and autoimmunity. Dr Li authored the first Immunology & Allergy chapter of the Hospital Authority’s Handbook of Internal Medicine in 2019.
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