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Dr Chok, Kenneth Siu Ho 竺兆豪

Title:
Clinical Associate Professor

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QMH L457 

Dr Chok, Kenneth Siu Ho 竺兆豪

Title:
Clinical Associate Professor

Department:

Also Cited As:
Chok SH
Chok KS
Chok KSH
Chok K

Professional Qualifications
YearAwarding InstitutionQualification
The University of Hong KongMBBS
Royal College of Surgeons of EdinburghMRCSEd
Royal College of Surgeons of EdinburghFRCSEd
College of Surgeons of Hong KongFCSHK
Hong Kong Academy of MedicineFHKAM
2015The University of Hong KongMaster of Surgery
American College of SurgeonsFACS
Biography

Dr. Kenneth Chok graduated from the University of Hong Kong. He pursued his surgical training at the Department of Surgery, The University of Hong Kong, Queen Mary Hospital since his internship.  Dr. Chok soon became the faculty member and is currently the Honorary Consultant at the Queen Mary Hospital and Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Hong Kong. His research interests focus on the advances in the management of Hepatocellular Carcinoma, Bridging therapies for patients with Hepatocellularc Carcinoma on transplant waiting list and sexual dysfunction in post liver transplantation recipients. He is particularly interested in the management of biliary complications and hepatorenal syndrome in living donor liver transplantation. He is one of the pioneers in advocating Minimally Invasive Hepatobiliary Surgery and Associating Liver Partition and Portal Vein Ligation for Staged Hepatectomy (ALPPS) in the territory. He is one of the key members in liver transplant team and involved in many innovative procedures such as combined liver and heart transplant, donor interchange liver transplant, ABO incompatible liver transplant, in-situ splitting of the deceased donors liver transplant and simultaneous implantation of bilateral living donor liver transplant. Owing to his outstanding research and clinical performance, he was awarded Carlos Pellegrini Traveling Fellowship in 2015 from the American College of Surgeons.

 
Honours, Awards & Prizes
AwardeesAward DateHonours / Awards / PrizesCategory
Sharr, WW
Dai, WC
2014-06-01The 2014 Joint International Congress of ILTS, ELITA, & LICAGE, London, UK - Young Investigators Award for Histological Outcome after Liver Transplantation for Chronic Hepatitis B using Oral Antiviral Therapy Alone: International Liver Transplant Society
Research Achievement
Dai, WC
2014-03-01Best Oral Presentation Award (Abstract titled "Outcomes of liver resection for hepatocellular carcinoma with obstructive jaundice"): The 11th World Congress of the International Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association, Seoul, Korea, 22-27 March 2014
Research Achievement
Dai, WC
2014-03-01Best Oral Presentation Award (Abstract titled "Does spontaneous tumor rupture always have an adverse prognostic impact on patients with resectable hepatocellular carcinoma?"): The 11th World Congress of the International Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association, Seoul, Korea, 22-27 March 2014
Research Achievement
Dai, WC
2014-03-01Best Oral Award ("Does spontaneous tumor rupture always have an adverse prognostic impact on patients with resectable hepatocellular carcinoma?"): The 11th World Congress of IHPBA
Research Achievement
Cheung, CKY
Sharr, WW
Dai, WC
Lam, BKY
2012-07-01Distinguished Research Paper Award for Young Investigators for Entecavir monotherapy is effective in suppressing hepatitis B virus after liver transplantation: Hong Kong College of Physicians
Research Achievement
Cheung, CKY
Sharr, WW
Dai, WC
2011-05-01The 2011 Joint International Congress of ILTS, ELITA, & LICAGE, San Francisco, USA - Young Investigators Award for Entecavir vs Lamivudine Prophylaxis without Hepatitis B Immune Globulin after Liver Transplantation for Chronic Hepatitis B: International Liver Transplant Society
Research Achievement
2015-01-01Carlos Pellegrini Traveling Fellowship 2015: American College of Surgeons
Research Achievement
2014-11-01Travel Grant Award: The 1st International Congress of Living Donor Liver Transplant Study Group, Seoul, Korea, 7-8 November 2014
Research Achievement
2012-03-01Best Abstract Writing Award: 3rd Asia Pacific Colloquium on Organ Transplantation. 2012
Research Achievement
2007-01-01Best Paper Award on the Paper entitled “ Risk factors and management of local recurrence after radiofrequency ablation for liver tumours": Hong Kong Surgical Forum (Winter) (13th Jan 2007)
Research Achievement
2006-11-01Best Paper Award on the paper entitled “Prospective randomised trial on low pressure versus standard pressure pneumoperitoneum in outpatient laparoscopic cholecystectomy”.: Hong Kong Society of Minimal Access Surgery Annual Scientific Meeting (18th Nov 2006)
Research Achievement
2012-06-01Distinction in Poster: Outcomes of living donor liver transplantation in patients with preoperative type-1 hepatorenal syndrome and acute hepatic decompensation
Research Achievement
2016-01-01Carlos Pellegrini Traveling Fellowship 2015: American College of Surgeons
Research Achievement
Ma, KW
2016-10-01First Prize: Asia Transplantation Week, TTS
Research Achievement
2016-11-01Liver Transplant and/or Hepatobiliary Surgery Fellow Award: AASLD
Research Achievement
2016-10-01Travel Grant: Asian Transplantation Week
Research Achievement
Professional Societies
Term PeriodPositionProfessional Societies
01/2015-12/2016MemberAsian Pacific Association of Medical Research
01/2007-12/2016FellowCollege of Surgeons of Hong Kong
4/2016-3/2017MemberInternational Liver Transplant Scociety
4/2016-3/2018Council memberHong Kong Society of Transplantation
01/2015-01/2025MemberHong Kong Society of Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgery
4/2016-3/2017MemberThe Transplantation Society
10/2015-10/2016Associate FellowAmerican College of Surgeons
07/2000-12/2016MemberHong Kong Medical Association
01/2007-12/2016FellowHong Kong Academy of Medicine
07/2006-12/2016FellowRoyal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Major Research Themes & Current Projects
DescriptionTitle
Randomised Controlled TrialUse of Peri-Operative Terlipressin for the patients with type 1 Hepatorenal syndrome undergoing liver transplantation
Randomised Controlled TrialDuct-to-duct anastomosis versus hepaticojejunostomy for biliary reconstruction in right lobe living donor liver transplantation
ProspectiveSexual dysfunction for pre and post liver transplant male recipients
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