The Department of Psychiatry is a research-intensive hub that train psychiatrists and mental health professionals in applying the latest scientific advances in neuroscience, diagnostic methods and therapeutic interventions to treat patients in a holitic manner.
G-NiiB immunity formula developed from the first global Covid-19 microbiome research findings, and the first in the world microbiome based non-invasive colorectal cancer diagnostic are ready to serve the Asian Chinese population now.
The Department of Surgery of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), with the generous support of the S.H. Ho Foundation, established the S.H. Ho Urology Centre.
The Hong Kong Institute of Integrative Medicine of the Chinese University of Hong Kong is comprised of the East-West Research and Training Centre for Integrative Medicine for research and education purposes; and the Integrative Medical Centre for outpatient services.
The International Digestive Disease Forum (IDDF) is essentially a platform for gastroenterologists, hepatologists, endoscopists and related professionals to learn, exchange and connect. Attendees from young investigators to world-class experts congregate here to discuss ideas, showcase research, update knowledge of the latest trends and expand professional network.
Established in 1989, the Department of Information Engineering was the first and is still the only Information Engineering Department in Hong Kong. It has gained a worldwide reputation for its leading edge research and top quality programmes. Out of its current 20 regular faculty members, 6 are IEEE Fellows and 2 are IEE Fellows
Hong Kong Mood Disorders Centre is an organization headed by the Department of Psychiatry of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, with a group of professionals to provide education, treatment and research for emotional health issues.
Master of Geoinformation Science was established in 2004 by The Chinese University of Hong Kong (2018 ranking 46th). It jointly offered by Department of Geography & Resource Management and Institute of Space and Earth Information Science.
The CUHK Graduate School was founded in 1966. Our current enrolment of postgraduate students exceeds 12,000 and includes non-local students coming from nearly 50 countries around the world. In the 2018-19 academic year, the Graduate School offers through 58 Graduate Divisions over 260 programmes leading to higher degrees, postgraduate diplomas and certificates.
The Integrative Medicine Clinical Evidence Portal addresses the gap between evidence and action, with an aim to disseminate best available evidence on various Integrative Medicine approach in a user-friendly format. It is comprised of critically appraised synopses of randomized trials and systematic reviews on Integrative Medicine, as well as online training materials on evidence-based healthcare principles and clinical research methodology.
Join us in exploring new frontiers of medicine for the benefit of humankind. If you would like to pursue world-class medical research in a supportive, nurturing environment, consider all the advantages that a postgraduate programme at CU Medicine offers you.
The Academy for Young Leaders is The Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of Melbourne’s joint effort to provide young clinical scientists the skills required to pursue an academic career. This 2-day intensive, practical and interactive programme will take place in Hong Kong this year.
The Master of Science in Gastroenterology--Asia's first and only premier postgraduate programme in gastroenterology, is designed to address those growing career demands.
Asian Business Studies (ABS) aims at cultivating well-educated Asia-adept business professionals with global perspectives by affording students an international and intercultural exposure to Asia regional focused business knowledge and practices in three of the most important and dynamic economies in Asia – China, Japan and Hong Kong.
Integrative Medical Centre is the medical centre under the Institute of integrative Medical Research in CUHK. Apart from devoting efforts to integrative medical research, educational training and supply of high-quality medical services, it is also the first clinic that operated by both traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine professors in Hong Kong.
The Graduate School was formally founded to undertake the research training of postgraduate studies in five Master's degree programmes: Chinese Language and Literature, Business Administration, Geography, History and Philosophy. Since then, the Graduate School has developed both horizontally and vertically by advancing into the realm of doctoral education.