Dr Hui joined the School in 2003 as a project coordinator for a study of dioxins in breast milk, which has contributed evidence on pollution in Hong Kong and resulted in several publications. Since 2005, she has focused on life-course epidemiology, where she has played a key role in resurrecting a large, population-representative Hong Kong Chinese birth cohort “Children of 1997”.
She obtained her PhD in the School in 2009, her dissertation considers the determinants and consequences of infant growth in the developed, non-western context of Hong Kong.
Dr Hui is currently actively involved in following-up the “Children of 1997”cohort members and their families with the aim of elucidating the developmental origin of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, in particular the epidemiological stage specific determinants of disease patterns and population health.
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