List of officer
Prof. Kai Ming Chan
Prof. Gabriel Ng
Dr. Raymond So
Dr. York Chow
Dr. Mimi Sham
Prof. Patrick Yung
Prof. Frank Fu
Dr. Gary Mak
Dr. John P.S. Wong
Dr. Lobo Louie 雷雄德博士
Dr. Louie Hung-tak Lobo obtained his doctorate degree in physical education from Springfield College, U.S.A. in 1990 and is currently the Senior Lecturer & Associate Head, Department of Health & Physical Education, The Education University of Hong Kong. Dr. Louie has been teaching at universities for more than 30 years and published extensively in the international journals. His research focus is mainly on school children physical activity. He received Chief Executive’s Commendation for Community Service, Hong Kong SAR; the Quality Teaching Award from the Hong Kong Coaching Committee and the Metzler-Freedman Outstanding Paper Award, Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, etc. For community service, he serves in the Sports Commission, Football Task Force, Culture, Sport & Tourism Bureau, HKSAR as well as the Steering Committee on Prevention and Control of Non-Communicate Disease, Diet and Physical Activity, Health Bureau, HKSAR, etc.
Prof. Parco Siu 蕭明輝教授
Prof. Parco Siu is a Professor and Head of Division of Kinesiology at School of Public Health at the University of Hong Kong. He obtained his PhD in Exercise Physiology at West Virginia University School of Medicine followed by postdoctoral training at Harvard Medical School. He is the Fellow of American College of Sports Medicine (FACSM), Fellow of European College of Sport Science (FECSS), and Fellow of Hong Kong Association of Sports Medicine and sports Science (FHKASMSS). Dr. Siu’s research focuses on exercise physiology and health.
Dr. Kam-Ming Mok 莫鑑明博士
Dr. Kam-Ming Mok is currently an Assistant Manager (Physical Education) at the Office of Student Affairs, and Adjunct Assistant Professor at the School of Interdisciplinary Studies, Lingnan University. He published over 30 articles in peer-reviewed international journals, and contributed to 4 book chapters in the field of Sport Injury Biomechanics and Motion Analysis. He is currently the Co-Op member of Asian Federation of Sports Medicine and the honorary treasurer of the IEEE-EMBS Hong Kong & Macau Chapter.
Dr. Bryan Lau 劉少峯醫生
Upon receiving his Master degree in Sports Medicine and Health Science in the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Dr Bryan Lau have started to work with elite athletes closely in the sports medicine clinic of Hong Kong Sports Institute.
Dr Bryan Lau is now the Chief Medical Executive in the Hong Kong Sports Institute Clinic, Clinical Assistant Professor (Honorary) in Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care, Part-time Lecturer in the Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Faculty of Medicine of The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Assistant Programme Director of Master of Science in Sports Medicine and Health Science, Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He was also joined the HKSAR Delegation Medical Team in 13th National Games of PRC and 2nd Youth Games of PRC.
Dr. Clare Yu 余頌華博士
Dr. Clare Yu is currently an Assistant Professor of the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Her main research area involves pediatric exercise science, cardiopulmonary assessment in children, childhood obesity, and physical activity and health. She is experienced in conducting systematic long-term activity interventions for obese children and those with related co-morbidities. She is particularly interested in the promotion of physical and psychological wellness in children with autism spectrum disorders. She is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist® (CSCS®) accredited by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
Prof. Stephen Wong 王香生教授
Prof. Stephen H. Wong is currently Professor of the Department of Sports Science & Physical Education at CUHK. He also serves as Head of United College and Director of the Hong Kong Institute of Educational Research. Professor Wong is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), the Asian Representative of the Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance (AHKGA) Board and the Co-leader of the Active Healthy Kids Hong Kong Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. His research focuses on physical activity and sedentary behaviour on children, and nutritional and metabolic aspects of exercise. He has published extensively in the leading journals of his field and serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Exercise Science & Fitness. Professor Wong obtained his Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology from Loughborough University as a Commonwealth Scholar.
Immediate Past President
Prof. Patrick Yung 容樹恒教授
Prof. Patrick Yung is currently the Chairman of Orthopedics and Traumatology, CUHK with special interest and expertise in the field of Orthopaedics Sports Medicine and Arthroscopic Surgery. He has given more than a hundred of lectures and presentations in learned international and local academic conference, being the course directors and faculty speakers in reputed international educational courses, and has published numerous papers in index international journals in the field of Orthopedics surgery, arthroscopy & sports medicine.
Dr. John T.H. Wong 王泰鴻醫生
Dr. John T.H. Wong obtained his MBBS hons. at Monash University, Australia in 1995. He received his cardiology training in Prince of Wales Hospital and United Christian Hospital. He was the Head of Cardiology Service in Our Lady of Maryknoll Hospital before he commenced his private practice in 2014. He is currently the Deputy Commissioner of the Auxiliary Medical Service of the HKSAR Government. He had been appointed as on-site medical officer for various sport events, incl. HK marathon, the Olympic Equestrian Event 2008, Hong Kong Sevens, East Asian Games 2009, etc. He was awarded the Chief Executive’s Commendation for Community Service in 2015.
He is an avid sportsman - he is a 4th Dan black belt Instructor in International Taekwondo Federation. His other sporting interests incl. scuba diving (PADI – Rescue Diver), horse riding, running, etc. His current cardiac interests include pre-participation CV evaluation and exercise related sudden death, coronary CT angiogram, percutaneous coronary intervention, hypertension and lipid disorders.
Dr. Willis Kwok 郭永康醫生
Dr. Willis Kwok is an Associate Consultant in Accident and Emergency Department of Yan Chai Hospital, and Senior Auxiliary Member in Government Flying Service (auxiliary section). He is a member of Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (UK) with keen interest in injury prevention and prehospital management of sport incidents. He is an honorary lecturer of MSc/PgDip in Sports Medicine and Health Science, the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Federation of Medical Societies of Hong Kong. He has involved as event and team physician of various sport events, including Olympic Equestrian Event 2008, Hong Kong Open Badminton Championship, Manchester United Premier Cup World Finals, Hong Kong Sevens, Hong Kong Rugby Football Union tournaments and Oxfam Trailwalker. Besides, he has particular interest in scuba diving, and is a NAUI diving instructor.
Dr. George Law 羅英勤醫生
Dr. Law is an orthopaedic surgeon in Chinese University of Hong Kong Medical Centre who has specialized in sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery. He had completed his orthopaedic training in United Christian Hospital after graduating from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. With his special interest in arthroscopic shoulder surgery, he was deeply inspired and well trained by world-renowned surgeon Dr. Stephen S. Burkhart in San Antonio, USA.
In addition, he has been working with the Hong Kong Football Association in doping control, pre-competition medical assessment and on-field support for years.
As being the honorary clinical assistant professor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Dr. Law participates in education and research actively and also provides voluntary medical service for amateur and professional sportsman in Hong Kong.
Miss Sylvia Lam 林思為小姐
Sylvia graduated with a Master of Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Sydney, Australia, in 2000. She has been practicing in Hong Kong for more than 20 years, specializing mainly in diabetes, cardiac rehabilitation, weight management, other obesity related conditions, and eating disorders. Sylvia has been the Chairperson of the Hong Kong Dietitians Association (HKDA) from 2007 to 2019, the External Affair Officer of HKDA in 2019 to 2021, actively promoting Hong Kong’s dietitian profession. Currently, she is the Chairperson of the Professional Council of the Hong Kong Academy of Accredited Dietitians (HKAAD), the country representative of Hong Kong of the International Confederation of Dietetics (ICD), and the council member of the Hong Kong Association of Sports Medicine and Sport Science (HKASMSS).
She often provides nutrition seminars to local and international conferences, corporate companies, schools, and academic institutions. She is also a reputable spokesperson for the dietetic profession providing accurate and up-to-date nutrition education and information to the general public through newspapers, television, and radio programs. Besides, she published more than 10 nutrition cookbooks, including sports nutrition, therapeutic diet for people with diabetes and heart diseases, weight management, nutrition support for cancer patients, vegetarianism, infant and child nutrition, and more.
Mr. Hardaway Chan 陳振坤先生
Mr. Hardaway Chan is now the senior scientific conditioning coach in Hong Kong Sports Institute and the part-time lecturer in Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Faculty of Medicine, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. As a strength and conditioning specialist with sports medicine background, his expertise area is to implement injury prevention and performance enhancement training with athlete. Coach education and exploring new knowledge on injury prevention and performance enhancement are also his interests. He was the strength and conditioning coach in professional football teams (Tai Po Football Club, Kitchee Football Club) and he has been the strength and conditioning coach of Rugby 7s, Ten-pin bowling national team, and he is currently the strength and conditioning coach of Swimming and Para-badminton national team of Hong Kong. He is determined to contribute to the sports medicine and sports science development in Hong Kong.
Miss Ka-Kay Lo 盧嘉琪小姐
Miss Ka Kay (KK) Lo graduated from the Master of Exercise Science from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. With over a decade of supervision for the Scientific Assessment Team of Hong Kong Sports Institute, KK overseen the high-end nationally-directed laboratory, and provided evidence-based services in sports physiology, strength and conditioning, and rehabilitation, with appropriate technology application to enhance sports performance for the elite athletes. Ka Kay (KK) joined the Centre for Sports and Exercise (CSE) in HKU as the Sports Development Manager. She is responsible for the team management systems, assuring coach and athlete accountability, and sports performance education. KK is ACSM certified exercise physiologist, NSCA registered strength and conditioning specialist. KK’s areas of expertise include cardiovascular and physiological training, physiological testing and evaluation, warm up strategies, and recovery modalities.
KK was involved in training for HK’s top athletes, including athletes from sports of cycling, gymnastics and karate. KK herself is also an accomplished athlete in Hong Kong and was the first ever women representing Olympic Games for Hong Kong.
Miss Kitty Kit-Yi Au 區潔儀小姐
Miss Kitty Au is currently the Assistant Lecturer of the Department of Orthpaedics and Traumatology, Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Miss Au is a clinical sports trainer with extensive on-field experiences in both local and international level. Moreover, she organized sports medicine education programmes to the community. In addition, Miss Au is a core member of the Hong Kong women's baseball team.
(Members list by alphabetical order of last name)
Sports Medicine Doctors Commission
Chairman: Dr. Gary Mak
Secretary: Dr. George Law
Dr Jacky CHAN, Dr Joseph CHANG, Dr Erik FUNG, Dr Willis KWOK, Dr Thomas LAU,
Dr Bryan LAU, Dr Godwin Tat-Chi LEUNG, Dr Samuel LING, Dr Keith WAN,
Dr Chi Keung WONG, Dr Clara WONG, Dr John T H WONG, Dr Jonathan YUEN
Sports Physiotherapists Commission
Chairman: Dr. Kate Yung
Secretary: Mr. Nathan Ng
Miss Wing-Yan BUD, Miss Kelly CHAN, Miss Wing-Yee CHENG, Mr Raymond CHEUNG, Miss Eva CHUN,
Dr Wai-Man CHUNG, Mr Leo KAM, Ms Karen KWONG, Mr Benjamin LAU, Dr Arthur LEE, Miss Wing-Ching LEUNG,
Mr Gorman NGAI, Ms Kristo SHUM, Mr Will WONG, Mr Quentin YAU
Strength & Conditioning Commission
Chairman: Dr. Raymond So
Secretary: Miss. Yue Yan Chan
Mr Hardaway CHAN, Dr Gary CHOW, Mr Daniel FUNG, Mr Hugo HO, Dr Justin LEE,
Mr Derek POON, Mr Sam Wing-Sum WONG
Sports / Athletic Trainer Commission
Chairman: Miss. Kitty Au
Secretary: Mr. Edmond Chiu
Miss Hing-Yan CHAN, Mr King-Man CHAN, Mr Sunny CHENG, Miss Air CHEUK, Mr Alan CHU, Mr Peckin CHU,
Mr Jonas FUNG, Mr Hong-Chung LAI, Miss Man-Sum MA, Mr Peter PANG, Mr Melvin WONG, Mr Siu-Lun YUEN
Sports Science & Research Commission
Chairman: Dr. Lobo Louie
Secretary: Miss. Ka-Kay Lo
Ms Carmen CHAN, Dr Derwin CHAN, Dr Karly CHAN, Prof Roy CHEUNG, Dr Daniel FONG,
Dr Xin HE, Miss Sylvia LAM, Dr Carman LEUNG, Miss Karen LO, Dr Eric POON,
Prof Cindy SIT, Prof Parco SIU, Dr Bob SUN, Dr Claudia WONG, Dr Clare YU
Sports Medicine in Community Commission
Chairman: Dr. Lobo Louie
Secretary: Miss. Tracy Wong
Mr Charles CHU, Dr Daniel Chi-Wo LEE, Miss Vivian LEE, Dr Kam-Ming MOK,
Miss Tina WONG