14 November 2019
17 October 2019
Clinical management of microbial infections has been complicated by the emergence of novel infectious agents and antibiotic resistance. To meet new challenges on a variety of infection-related issues, the Department of Microbiology adopts a multi-pronged approach to address the increasing health care needs of the society. First, education and training of medical, nursing, research and other types of health care personnel is our pivotal role, with an objective of equipping them with the essential knowledge and skills required to tackle both conventional and new problems concerning bacterial, viral and fungal infections. Second, we perform in-depth research to investigate the origin and nature of specific clinical phenomena, with a hope of improving our understanding on epidemiology and pathogenesis, and leading to advances in diagnosis and treatment. Third, our staffs are also directly involved in the provision of clinical . . . . . .    Eng | |
 
 
Professor / Associate Professor / Assistant Professor (Clinical) (close on 5 April 2019)

Clinical Lecturer (close on 5 April 2019)

Technician (close on 31 March 2019)

 


Department of Microbiology
Faculty of Medicine,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Prince of Wales Hospital, Shatin ,
NT, Hong Kong SAR, CHINA
Phone: (852)3505-3333
Fax: (852)2647 3227
Email: microbiology@cuhk.edu.hk