Dr Lung, Mary Agnes Kin Yum 龍建音
Dr. Lung was graduated in 1980 with PhD from the Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong. Following research training at National Jewish Hospital, University of Colorado Medical Center, Colorado, U.S.A., she joined The University of Hong Kong as Assistant Lecturer in 1979. She is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Physiology. She has published 36 peer-reviewed full articles in highly reputable international journals. She has made over 70 presentations in international scientific meetings and has been invited to give lectures more than 20 times in meetings and workshops. She has also been invited 14 times to peer-review manuscripts for official journals of reputable international professional societies, such as, Journal of Physiology (London), American Journal of Physiology, British Journal of Pharmacology, Journal of Applied Physiology, European Journal of Pharmacology and Archives of Oral Biology.
|Awardees||Award Date||Honours / Awards / Prizes||Category|
|1990-12-01||The Fourth National Natural Science Award of China: The National Natural Science Foundation of China||Research Achievement|
|1995-09-01||The Best Teacher Award: The Medical Society of the HKU Student Union||Teaching Accomplishment|
|1989-11-01||The Hsi-Chun Chang Foundation Fund Award to Excellent Young Physiologist: The Chinese Physiological Society||Research Achievement|
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|2002-2006||Hon. Secretary||The Hong Kong Pharmacology Society|
|1989 - present||Ordinary membership||The Physiology Society (London)|
|1986 - present||Overseas membership||The Anatomical Society of Great Britain & Ireland|
|1986 - present||Ordinary membership||The Hong Kong Pharmacological Society|
|1988 - present||Ordinary membership||The Chinese Physiological Society|
|1994 - presenr||Ordinary membership||The British Pharmacological Society|
|1990 - present||Ordinary membership||The American Physiological Society|
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