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|☑ MPhil/PhD||☒ MRes[Med]||☑ URIS|
The aims of the study are to develop biomarkers and interventions that promote early identification and management of children with cognitive impairment and developmental delay post acquired brain injury.
The research includes components of basic laboratory research, preclinical studies, clinical research including exploration for new biomarkers for early detection and screening of children with cognitive impairment/ developmental delay post brain injury; as well as develop potential interventions to improve cognitive and developmental outcomes.
Dr WWY Tso, Department of Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
Dr Tso is a developmental paediatrician with special interests in neurorehabilitation. She is a clinical assistant professor at the Department of Paediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, LKS Faculty of Medicine, University of Hong Kong. She obtained her medical degree from King’s College, University of London, United Kingdom. She has been elected as Distinguished Young Fellow by the Hong Kong College of Paediatricians in 2016 and has won numerous research awards in local as well as international scientific conferences. Dr Tso diagnoses and manages children with developmental as well neuro-disabilities at the Queen Mary Hospital and the Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital. She also leads the Acquired Brain Injury Program at the Duchess of Kent Children’s Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre. Her research interests include using advance imaging techniques to diagnose and manage children with developmental disabilities and brain injuries.
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