Professor Emily Ying Yang CHAN（陈英凝教授）
MBBS (HKU), BS (Johns Hopkins), SM PIH (Harvard), MD (CUHK), DFM (HKCFP), FFPH, FHKAM (Community Medicine), FHKCCM
Professor Chan is a specialist in public health medicine and a Professor and, JC School of Public Health and Primary Care (JCSPHPC), Faculty of Medicine, Chinese University of Hong Kong. She concurrently holds the position as Assistant Dean (External Affairs) at the Faculty of Medicine of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), Head of the Division of Global Health and Humanitarian Medicine at CUHK JC School of Public Health and Primary Care, Director of the Centre for Global Health (CGH) at CUHK Faculty of Medicine, Deputy Director of the CUHK Jockey Club Multi-Cancer Prevention Programme. Visiting Professor of Public Health Medicine at the Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford (link), Fellow at FXB Center, Harvard University, and Honorary Professor at Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine, University of Hong Kong.
Professor Kevin KC HUNG（洪矶正教授）
MBChB, MRCSEd, MPH, EMDM, FHKCEM, FHKAM(EM), FRCEM
Dr Kevin KC Hung is an Assistant Professor in Emergency Medicine and an Assistant Professor (by courtesy) of the Division of Global Health and Humanitarian Medicine at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Dr Hung is an emergency medicine specialist with master degrees in public health and disaster medicine. He was the founding Director of Hong Kong Jockey Club Disaster Preparedness and Response Institute (HKJCDPRI). Dr Hung is also a Hong Kong Red Cross volunteer and had served as a field delegate after the Sichuan, China earthquake and typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
Mr. Chi Shing WONG（黄智诚先生）
BSSc (CUHK), MSc (LSE)
Mr. Wong has a background in Journalism and Communication. Having worked as a journalist in a local English newspaper, he received his Master in Comparative Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science, focusing on democratization, ethnic politics and nationalism with regional foci in China and Southeast Asia, and researched on political identity at the University of Oxford afterwards. Upon his return to Hong Kong, Mr. Wong has worked in various teaching, research and administrative positions at local academic institutions.