Dr Wong, Corine Sau Man 黃秀雯
Dr Corine Wong joined the School of Public Health in 2021 and is currently Research Assistant Professor in the Division of Community Medicine and Public Health Practice. She obtained her PhD from the University of Hong Kong. Prior to doctoral training, she was the Project Coordinator of the Hong Kong Mental Morbidity Survey (HKMMS), the first territory-wide psychiatric epidemiological study in Hong Kong. She worked as the Chief Coordinator of the Hong Kong Youth Epidemiological Study of Mental Health (HK-YES) after her graduation. Her research focuses on youth mental health including epidemiology of mental disorders, longitudinal outcomes of mental health of youth over the long term, and also the digital health assessment and intervention. She also participates actively in collaborative research in studying the determinants of different mental disorders in Hong Kong and across the globe.
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|2016-2018||Honorary Secretary||Chinese Dementia Research Association|
|2015-NOW||Co-opt member||Taskforce on Epidemiology Study of PTSD, Division of Clinical Psychology, The Hong Kong Psychological Society|
|2017-NOW||Executive Committee Member||Asian Society for Traumatic Stress Studies|
|2018-NOW||Editorial Board Member||East Asian Archives of Psychiatry|
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