David SC Hui, MBBS, M.D., FRACP, FRCP, FCCP, FHKCP, FHKAM
Associate Professor & Head of Division of
Prince of Wales Hospital
Chinese University of Hong Kong
New Territories, Hong Kong
Dr David S Hui graduated from the University of New South Wales in Australia in
1985. He completed postgraduate training in Respiratory & Sleep Medicine in
Sydney and was awarded a Doctor of Medicine degree by the University of New
South Wales in 2002 for his research in sleep-disordered breathing. He joined
the Department of Medicine & Therapeutics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong
as an Assistant Professor in 1998. He is currently Associate Professor and Head
of the Division of Respiratory Medicine.
During the major outbreak of SARS in 2003, he was responsible for the clinical
management of this newly emerged infectious disease and handled over 300 cases
at the Prince of Wales Hospital and its associated hospitals in the New
Territories. Dr Hui has continued to follow up the SARS survivors and is
studying the long-term sequelae of SARS and the safety of respiratory therapy in
the post-SARS era.
Dr Hui is immediate past President of the Hong Kong Thoracic Society and is
currently the Secretary of the Specialty Board in Respiratory Medicine, Hong
Kong College of Physicians. He also serves as a member of the Scientific
Committee on Emerging and Zoonotic Diseases, Centre for Health Protection,
Department of Health in HK. He has published over 85 peered reviewed journal
papers and 15 book chapters.