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Professor Chetwyn Chan is Vice President (Research and Development) and Chair Professor of Psychology. He obtained his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology in 1995 from the University of Alberta, Canada. He is Peter T. C. Lee Endowed Chair Professor of Psychology. Professor Chan has been an elected Fellow of the American Psychological Association since 2008 and Fellow of the Hong Kong Psychological Society since 2007. In 2008, in recognition of his contributions to psychology and rehabilitation sciences, Professor Chan received the Global Leadership in Rehabilitation Science Award from Virginia Commonwealth University in the United States. In 2011, he received the Alumni Honour Award from the University of Alberta to recognize his influence on research and education development in rehabilitation in Asia.In 2018, Professor Chan and his research team won the First Prize in Science and Technology from theChinese Association of Rehabilitation Medicine on post-stroke cognitive assessment and intervention innovation. In 2019, his research team won the Second Class State Scientific and Technology Progress Award from the State Council of the People’s Republic of China to integrate Chinese medicine into innovative post-stroke rehabilitation.

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Professor Chan’s research work focuses on exploring mechanisms underlying human learning particularly perceptual and cross-modal learning employing brain imaging, electroencephalogram, and behavioral methods. He also applies the mechanisms to understand the behaviors of people with disabilities and older individuals, and design interventions to enhance individuals’ functional capabilities. Hepublished more than 200 research papers and secured more than $20 million competitive research and development grants.Professor Chan is chief specialty editor of Frontiers in Rehabilitation Science and associate editor of Journal of Sports and Health Science.

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External Appointments

2020 - Present Chief Editor, Translational Research in Rehabilitation Specialty, Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences

2020 – Present Member, Employees Retraining Board, Hong Kong; member, Finance and Administration Committee, Employees Retraining Board, Hong Kong

2020 – Present Convenor, Quality Assurance and Review Committee, Employees Retraining Board, Hong Kong

2019 - Present International Advisor, Advisory Committee, University of Rehabilitation, China

2019 - Present Member, Committee on Enhancing of Franchised Bus Safety, Transport Department, HKSAR Government

2018 – Present Member, Medical Social Collaboration Liaison Meeting, Hong Kong Hospital Authority

2018 – Present Chairman, Advisory Committee on Social Work Training and Manpower Planning, Labour and Welfare Bureau, HKSAR Government

2017 – PresentMember, Committee on Self-financing Post-secondary Education (CSPE), Education Bureau, HKSAR Government

2017 – Present Member, Quality Assurance Council, University Grants Committee, Hong Kong

2016 – PresentMember, School Allocation Committee, Education Bureau, HKSAR Government

2015 – PresentChair, Committee on Rehabilitation, The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation

2015 – PresentVice-Chair, Executive Committee, The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation

2014 – PresentMember, Review Panel, Health and Medical Research Fund, Food and Health Bureau, HKSAR Government

2013 – PresentMember, Hospital Governing Committee, Princess Margaret Hospital and Kwai Chung

Hospital, Hong Kong Hospital Authority

2013 – PresentAssociate Editor, Journal of Sport and Health Science

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