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Dr Wong, Siu Him Janus 黃兆謙

Title:
Clinical Assistant Professor

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Dr Wong, Siu Him Janus 黃兆謙

Title:
Clinical Assistant Professor

Short Biography:

Janus obtained his medical degree at the University of Hong Kong in 2015. Upon completing his internship at Queen Mary Hospital Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, he served as resident to Orthopaedics & Traumatology, Accident & Emergency, Surgery, and Neurosurgery departments as part of his training. He completed his basic surgical training in 2018, having passed the Hong Kong Intercollegiate Board of Surgical Colleges Membership Examination, and is a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Janus subsequently joined the University of Hong Kong in 2019 as clinical assistant professor.

Janus has diverse clinical and research interests across different orthopaedic subspecialities. His research projects span from osteoporosis, fragility fracture treatment, prediction and prevention, to children with skeletal dysplasias such as osteogenesis imperfecta, genotype-phenotype correlation, spinal and limb deformities. He also conducts studies involving big data analysis and clinical applications of artificial intelligence.

Janus has presented in multiple international conferences and has received recognition for his work, most recently on the application of artificial intelligence in hip fracture prediction.

Janus is a competitive swimmer and medallist having represented the Hong Kong Orthopaedic Association. His interests also include Latin which he studied during his time at Harvard University, and aviation having received pilot training in Australia.

Professional Qualifications
YearAwarding InstitutionQualification
2015The University of Hong KongMBBS
2018Royal College of Surgeons of EdinburghMRCSEd
Honours, Awards & Prizes
AwardeesAward DateHonours / Awards / PrizesCategory
Lau, TW
Yee, KH
2017-11-01HKOA 2018 – Best trainee paper award (corresponding author and supervisor) - Hip fracture time-to-surgery and mortality revisited: mitigating comorbidity confounding by effect of holidays on surgical timing: HK Orthopaedic Association
Research Achievement
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