Dr. Chan Ching Ching, Kate

MB ChB (CUHK), MRCPCH (UK), FHKCPaed, FHKAM (Paediatrics)

Clinical Professional Consultant , Department of Paediatrics

Office : (852) 3505-3515

Email : katechan@cuhk.edu.hk

Biography

Dr. Kate Chan is currently a Clinical Professional Consultant at the Department of Paediatrics. Her clinical and research interests are in paediatric sleep and respiratory medicine. Her research focuses on paediatric sleep disordered breathing (SDB), including its natural history, diagnostic tools, cardiovascular complications, exploration of non-surgical treatment modalities and personalised approach to childhood SDB. She is the Teaching Coordinator of the Paediatrics module of the Year 5 undergraduate medical curriculum, with the passion in delivering high-quality education to both undergraduate and postgraduate students.

 

Research Interests

  • Paediatric Sleep Medicine

Additional Information

Honorary Appointment
  • Honorary Associate Consultant, Department of Paediatrics, Prince of Wales Hospital 

 
Academic Engagement in CUHK
  • Teaching Coordinator for Paediatrics module, Year 5 undergraduate medical curriculum

Awards
  • Best Young Investigator Award 2020, Hong Kong College of Paediatricians, Dec 2020

  • Abstract Award. Effectiveness of a smoking reduction programme for smoking parents in Hong Kong. The 5th King’s John Price Paediatric Respiratory Conference, Apr 2019

  • Best Young Investigator Award 2016, the 4th International Pediatric Sleep Association Congress, Mar 2016

  • Best Young Investigator Award 2015, Hong Kong College of Paediatricians, Dec 2015

  • Outstanding Presentation Award. Pulmonary function in β-thalassaemia major, Annual Scientific Meeting 2015, Hong Kong College of Paediatricians, Dec 2015

  • First Prize Award for the Best Oral Presentation. Emergence of serogroup 15 and serotype 6C in pneumococcal carriage in young children in Hong Kong. Joint Annual Scientific Meeting 2015, The Hong Kong Paediatric Society & Hong Kong Paediatric Nurses Association, Jun 2015

  • Guilleminault Award for Sleep Research 2015, the World Association of Sleep Medicine, Mar 2015

  • Distinguished Young Fellow 2014. Hong Kong Academy of Medicine, Dec 2014

  • Outstanding Presentation Award. Prevalence of vitamin D deficiency among healthy infants in Hong Kong: a pilot study. Annual Scientific Meeting 2014, Hong Kong College of Paediatricians, Dec 2014

  • Outstanding Presentation Award. Endothelial function in children with obstructive sleep apnoea and the effects of adenotonsillectomy, Annual Scientific Meeting 2013, Hong Kong College of Paediatricians, Dec 2013

  • First Prize Award for the Best Oral Presentation. Intranasal corticosteroids for mild childhood obstructive sleep apnoea – a randomized placebo-controlled study. Joint Annual Scientific Meeting 2013, The Hong Kong Paediatric Society & Hong Kong Paediatric Nurses Association, May 2013

  • First Prize Award for the Best Oral Presentation. Neurocognitive dysfunction and grey matter density deficit in children with obstructive sleep apnoea, Joint Annual Scientific Meeting 2011, The Hong Kong Paediatric Society & American Academy of Pediatrics in conjunction with Hong Kong Paediatric Nurses Association, May 2011​

Selected Publications

  1. Chun T Au, Kate CC Chan, Dennis LY Lee, Natalie MW Leung, Samuel MW Chow, Judy S Chow, Yun K Wing, Albert M Li. Effect of surgical intervention for mild childhood OSA on attention and behavioural outcomes - A randomised-controlled study. Respirology 2021 In press.

  2. Lan Q, Chan KC, Yu KN, Chan NY, Wing YK, Li AM, Au CT. Sleep duration in preschool children and impact of screen time. Sleep Med 2020;76:48-54. 

  3. Kate C Chan, Michelle W Yu, Tammy WY Cheung, SY Lam, Theresa NH Leung, TK Tsui, KI Ip, Christy SK Chau, SL Lee, Ada YF Yip, TW Wong, Vivien CW Mak, Albert M Li. Childhood Bronchiolitis Obliterans in Hong Kong - Case Series over a 20-year Period. Pediatr Pulmonol. 2020 Nov 11. doi: 10.1002/ppul.25166.

  4. Au CT, Chan KC, Zhang J, Liu KH, Chu WCW, Wing YK, Li AM. Intermediate phenotypes of childhood obstructive sleep apnea. J Sleep Res 2020 Sep 14;e13191. doi: 10.1111/jsr.13191.

  5. Chan KC, Au CT, Hui LL, Wing YK, Li AM. Childhood OSA is an independent determinant of blood pressure in adulthood – a longitudinal follow-up study. Thorax 2020;75(5):422-431.

  6. Chan KC, Au CT, Hui LL, Ng SK, Wing YK, Li AM. How OSA evolves from childhood to young adulthood: natural history from a 10-year follow-up study. Chest 2019;156(1):120-30.

  7. Au CT, Zhang J, Cheung JYF, Chan KC, Wing YK, Li AM. Familial aggregation and Heritability of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Using Children Probands. J Clin Sleep Med 2019;15(11):1561-70.

  8. Au CT, Chan KCC, Liu KH, Chu WCW, Wing YK, Li AM. Potential anatomic markers of obstructive sleep apnea in prepubertal children. J Clin Sleep Med 2018;14(12):1979-86.

  9. Li JWS, Au CT, Chan KCC, Chook P, Wing YK, Li AM. Short sleep duration is weakly associated with carotid intima-media thickness in adolescents. J Pediatr 2018;195:80-4.

  10. Chan KC, Subramanian R, Chong P, Nelson EA, Lam HS, Li AM, Ip M. Pneumococcal carriage in young children after introduction of PCV13 in Hong Kong. Vaccine 2016;34(33):3867-74.

  11. Zhang J, Chan NY, Lam SP, Li SX, Liu Y, Chan JW, Kong AP, Ma RC, Chan KC, Li AM, Wing YK. Emergence of Sex Differences in Insomnia Symptoms in Adolescents: A Large-Scale School-Based Study. Sleep 2016;39(8):1563-70.

  12. Luo YG, Wang D, Liu K, Weng J, Guan Y, Chan KC, Chu WC, Shi L. Brain Structure Network Analysis in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea. PLoS One 2015;10(9):e0139055.

  13. Chan CC, Au CT, Lam HS, Lee DL, Wing YK, Li AM. Intranasal Corticosteroids for Mild Childhood Obstructive Sleep Apnea – A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Study. Sleep Med 2015;16(2):358-63.

  14. Chan KC, Au CT, Chook P, Lee DL, Lam HS, Wing YK, Li AM. Endothelial Function in Children with Obstructive Sleep Apnea and the Effects of Adenotonsillectomy. Chest 2015;147(1):132-9.

  15. Chan KC, Shi L, So HK, Wang D, Liew AWC, Rasalkar DD, Chu CW, Wing YK, Li AM. Neurocognitive Dysfunction and Grey Matter Density Deficit in Children with Obstructive Sleep Apnoea. Sleep Med 2014;15(9):1055-61.

DEPARTMENT OF PAEDIATRICS

Faculty of Medicine

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

6/F Lui Che Woo Clinical Sciences Building

Prince of Wales Hospital

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HONG KONG

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