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Dr Chua, Gilbert T. 蔡宇程

Title:
Clinical Assistant Professor

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QMH 115 

Dr Chua, Gilbert T. 蔡宇程

Title:
Clinical Assistant Professor

Short Biography:

Dr Chua is a paediatric specialist with interest in paediatric immunology, allergy and infectious diseases. He received his medical degree from the LKS Faculty of Medicine and joined the Department of Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, Queen Mary Hospital after graduation. He has joined the subspecialty training program in Paediatric Immunology and Infectious diseases and has been providing clinical services in the diagnosis and management of children with immunodeficiencies, childhood atopy diseases and infectious diseases. Dr Chua also leads the dust mite sublingual immunotherapy program at the Allergy Clinic of the Department of Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, Queen Mary Hospital. His research interests include common food allergies and anaphylaxis in children, especially for peanut, egg and milk allergies, sublingual dust mite immunotherapy and the impact of COVID-19 in children.

Professional Qualifications
YearAwarding InstitutionQualification
2012The University of Hong KongMBBS
2019Hong Kong Academy of MedicineFHKAM (Paediatrics)
2018The University of Hong KongPDipID
Royal College of Paediatrics and Child HealthMRCPCH
Hong Kong College of PaediatriciansFHKCPaed
Honours, Awards & Prizes
AwardeesAward DateHonours / Awards / PrizesCategory
Chong, CY
Au, YLE
Cheong, KN
Wong, WHS
Chan, YTE
Ho, MHK
2019-09-01Child Health Research Session – 1st Prize Award for Poster Presentation. Skin prick testing a better predictor than blood testing for the diagnosis of peanut allergy in Chinese children): The Hong Kong Paediatric Society, Hong Kong College of Paediatricians, Hong Kong Paediatric Nurses Association and Hong Kong College of Paediatric Nursing Joint Annual Scientific Meeting 2019
Research Achievement
2019-09-01First Prize, Child Health Research Session (Poster) - Title: Skin Prick Testing a Better Predictor than Blood Testing for the Diagnosis of Peanut Allergy in Chinese Children: Joint Annual Scientific Meeting 2019, Organized by The Hong Kong Paediatric Society, Hong Kong College of Paediatricians, Hong Kong Paediatric Nurses Association, and Hong Kong College of Paediatric Nursing.
Research Achievement
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