Academic Staff

Dr. Chan


Dr. Chung Kar Kin, Albert 鍾嘉健

MBBS(HK), FHKAM(Psychiatry), FHKCPsych

Clinical Assistant Professor
Honorary Associate Consultant, Queen Mary Hospital
Psychiatrist In-charge for Substance Abuse Clinic Services, Hong Kong West Cluster (Queen Mary Hospital and Western Psychiatric Centre)
Vice-President, the Hong Kong Society of Biological Psychiatry
Member (Professional Colleague), Academy of Cognitive Therapy, United States of America
Member, Scientific Committee, The Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists

Email: chungkka@hku.hk
The HKU Scholars Hub Page address:http://hub.hku.hk/cris/rp/rp02341

Biography:

Dr. Albert Chung joined the department in November 2017 as a clinical assistant professor. He is also the honorary associate consultant of substance abuse clinic services in the Hong Kong West Cluster. Before joining the department, he obtained Fellowship of the Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists in 2010, and was the Associate Consultant at Queen Mary Hospital since 2011.  He was awarded as the Distinguished Young Fellow by the Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists in 2015.  He is currently the accredited trainer in both General Adult Psychiatry and Substance Misuse Psychiatry by the Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists.  His research interests reside in clinical psychopharmacology, and pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions in substance misuse psychiatry (Substance misuse To Psychiatric disorders Program—“SToP Program").

Research Interests

  • Clinical Psychopharmacology 
  • Substance Misuse (SToP Program): SToP-C (NCT03485274), SToP-K (NCT03485339), SToP-S (NCT03485417)

Selected Publication List

1. Chung AKK (2012) Atypical Presentation of Tardive Dyskinesia associated with Risperidone Long-acting Injection as Maintenance Treatment in Bipolar Affective Disorder: a Case Report.  Current Drug Safety 7(1): 21-23.
2. Chung AKK and Chua SE (2011) Effects on prolongation of Bazett’s corrected QT interval of seven second-generation antipsychotics in the treatment of schizophrenia: a meta-analysis.  J Psychopharmacol 2(5): 646-666. (J Psychopharmacol Online First September 8, 2010 [doi: 10.1177/0269881110376685]) 
3.

Chung AKK and Chua SE (2010) Torsade de pointes associated with low-dose amisulpride: a case report. J Psychopharmacol 24: 433-435.   (J Psychopharmacol Online First October 28, 2008 [doi:10.1177/0269881108098385])

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Chung AKK and Chua SE (2007) Acute Urinary Retention Associated with SSRI (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors) and Ziprasidone.  J Clin Psychopharmacol 27(5): 517-519.

5.

López-Muñoz F, Winston WW, Shinfuku N, Pae C, Castle DJ, Chung AKK, Sim K, Álamo C (2014) A Bibliometric Study on Second-generation Antipsychotic Drugs in the Asia–Pacific Region.  J Exp Clin Med 6(4): 111-117.