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Research Coordinator

Ms. Mandy LAU

Ms. Lau graduated from HKU Master of Statistics and worked for Sau Po Centre on Ageing for many years. She participated in several Government committed studies and worked closely with NGOs.

Tel      : (852) 3917 1760
E-mail : mlau@hku.hk

 

 


Senior Research Assistant

Mr. Alastair CHAN

Mr. Chan is a researcher with wide-ranging experience working in elderly long-term care settings in the United Kingdom and in Hong Kong. In the recent years, he has participated in a number of elderly projects, including promotion of early detection and intergenerational interventions for persons with dementia, and assisted in a consultation on dementia policies for the Macao government. He is now a senior research assistant at Sau Po Centre on Ageing and his recent research interest focuses on long-term care policies, particularly in understanding how care management models and practices develop in different long-term care systems. With a second law degree, he is also interested in the legal-social aspect of elderly care, and particularly in advance care planning.

Tel      : (852) 2831 5179
E-mail : ajlchan@hku.hk

 

 

 

Mr. CHAN On Fung

Mr. Chan is a researcher in gerontology and social policy. He received his MPhil in Social Sciences (Social Gerontology) and Bachelor of Social Sciences in Contemporary Social Issues and Policy from Lingnan University. He is currently a senior research assistant in Sau Po Centre on Ageing. His research interests focus on dementia caregiving, surrogate decision making, institutional care, informal care and long-term care policy.

Tel      : (852) 3917 1756
E-mail : ofchan@hku.hk

 

 

Mr. Jacky CHOY

Mr. Choy is a researcher in gerontology and geriatrics. He received his Master of Psychological Medicine (Psychosis Studies) and Bachelor of Social Sciences in Psychology from the University of Hong Kong. During his Master study, he was interested in the distress and appraisal of caregiving experience among family caregivers of patients with psychosis. Over the past few years, he has been participating in research studies involving various aspects of elderly care, such as psychosocial intervention for depressed older adults, well-being of dementia family caregivers, and relationship between cognitive functions and lifestyle among the retired young-old. His current research interests focus on geriatric depression, family caregiving in mental illness, psychosocial intervention and instrument validation.

Tel      : (852) 2831 5181
E-mail : cpchoy@hku.hk

 

 

Ms. Annie DAI

Ms. Dai is a researcher specialized in gerontology. She received her Master degree in Public Health from the University of Hong Kong. Over the past few years, she has been participanting into a range of research projects promoting active ageing and elderly care. Her current research interests focus on palliative care, spiritual support, intergenerational solidarity, exercise intervention, and long-term care policy.

Tel      : (852) 3917 1765
E-mail : taiannie@hku.hk

 

 

Ms. Dorothy KWOK

Ms. Kwok received her bachelor's degree in China Studies (Sociology) and Master of Philosophy in Sociology from the Hong Kong Baptist University. She is currently a senior research assistant in Sau Po Centre on Ageing. During the past few years, she has been working for research studies involving various aspects of ageing, particularly long-term care policy and ageing-in-place.

Tel      : (852) 3917 1762
E-mail : dkts@hku.hk

 

 


Research Assistant

Name Tel E-mail
 Rachel LIU (852) 3917 1755 rachlau7@hku.hk
 Temmy LO (852) 2831 5202 temlo@hku.hk
 Carman TO (852) 2831 5336 tokaman@hku.hk
 Wong Oi Kam (852) 2831 5209 kamwongo@hku.hk
 Joann YEUNG (852) 3917 1766 joannycy@hku.hk
 Matthew YEUNG (852) 2831 5175 matykh94@hku.hk

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