140 for 140: Great Minds for Grand Challenges
Career Development


HKUMed strongly believes in providing strong academic advancement and career support and satisfaction for all its professoriate staff. We have a variety of activities, networking and resources for professoriate to use to guide their professional development at each stage of their career.

Mentoring
  • Early Academic Career Development Mentorship Scheme
    • The Early Academic Career Development Mentorship Scheme is part of the career development initiatives for junior clinical and non-clinical academic to define and achieve their career pathway. Through our mentorship scheme, the participants are expected to be benefited in the following areas:
      • Explore goalpost in career pathway (short/medium/long term)
      • Develop leadership for challenges
      • Attain self-efficacy, self-betterment, and maximise potential
    • It is an invaluable process that junior clinical and non-clinical academics are availed of mentoring support by the experienced ones in the Faculty.
  • Faculty Development
Academic Life

Our Professors & Their Research

Professor Anskar Leung, Department of Medicine

Professor Kenneth Cheung, Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology