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HKU ResearcherPage: Lau, EHY
 
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Dr Lau, Eric Ho Yin
劉浩然
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  • Assistant Professor
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  • 3906 2019
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Dr Lau, Eric Ho Yin
劉浩然
Title
  • Assistant Professor
Dept:
Faculty:
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Also Cited As:
  • Lau, Ho Yin
  • Lau, EH
  • Lau, E
     Biography

    Dr Lau joined the School of Public Health in 2006. He graduated with a PhD in statistics at the University of Hong Kong. Dr Lau is interested in transmission dynamics of multiple infectious diseases, and situation awareness of disease activity using multiple surveillance data sources. He is currently working on infectious disease surveillance, statistical and mathematical modelling of tuberculosis, scarlet fever and community-acquired methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus and influenza in human and poultry. He is a member of the International Society for Disease Surveillance.

     
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