Founded in 1963, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is the second oldest university in the city. CUHK has remarkable achievements in medicine and in many other disciplines. We are the only tertiary institution in Hong Kong that boasts Nobel Prize Laureates as faculty members:
CUHK consistently comes top as a world-class university. In 2018, it is ranked as the No. 7 higher institution in Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings and the No. 10 higher institution in Quacquarelli Symonds Asia University Rankings. We have a rich cultural heritage and outstanding educational background with world-class research achievements. The University aims to stimulate East-meets-West diversity at cultural, educational and interpersonal levels through bilingualism and multiculturalism.
The Master of Science in Gastroenterology programme is brought to you by the Institute of Digestive Disease (IDD). Living up to CUHK’s reputation, IDD has earned international prestige in research, education and training. The institute was established in 2006 by Joseph Sung, the current Vice-Chancellor of CUHK. He had a vision to assemble a multidisciplinary team to collaborate closely together. In just 10 years, IDD has developed into a respectable institute comprised of 8 units.
Under this towering roof, a multidisciplinary team of physicians, surgeons, molecular biologists, pharmacologists, pathologists, microbiologists, psychiatrists, public health specialists and radiologists work closely together and contributed to breakthrough in research and clinical practice that include endoscopic therapies, minimally invasive surgery, research on molecular diagnostic tools for cancers, novel treatments for acid-peptic disease, just to name a few.
The Master of Science in Gastroenterology programme is the best education IDD has to offer. The courses grant you full access to the strengths we are proudest of: expertise of an enviable multidisciplinary team, superior research capacity, extensive network, and skillful management of digestive diseases.
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Room 94020, 7/F, Lui Che Woo Clinical Sciences Building,
Prince of Wales Hospital, Shatin, N.T., Hong Kong