- Fellowship in 1986 at University of Sydney
Felix Wong is a conjointed Professor of the University of New South Wales. He graduated from the University of Hong Kong in 1976. He advanced his O&G study in the University of Sydney in 1986 on a Croucher Foundation Fellowship.
His qualifications include a Master in Medicine from Singapore, Doctor of Medicine from Hong Kong, Fellowships of two Surgical Colleges in Britain, and three Fellowships from Colleges of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in Hong Kong, Britain and Australia. In 1992, he was appointed as the foundation Professor of the University of New South Wales at Liverpool Hospital. Professor Wong is renowned for his contribution to medical education in Asia Pacific Countries. He travelled at least 10-20 overseas trips every year to Asia Pacific countries and offered teaching in the areas of gynaecological oncology, endoscopy, and women’s health. In the last 25 years, he had also been invited as a guest speaker and/or as an organizing committee member in up to more than 200 national and international endoscopy and O&G workshops. He was one of the Foundation Members of Asia Pacific Association of Gynecologic Endoscopy and Minimally Invasive Therapy (APAGEMIT), and the Foundation Forum Chairman of Australia – China -Asia Pacific Minimally Invasive Gynecology Forum (FEC) and Foundation Chairman of China-Asia Pacific Association of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Oncologists (CA-AMIGO).
In recognition of his contributions in teaching, he received many awards and honours. He received 10 visiting professorships from the University of Western Sydney, Australia, the Notre Dame University of Australia, the Sun Yat Sen University of Medical Sciences, Guangzhou, Tangshan Medical School, Yangzhou Medical College, Shantou Medical University, Shandong Academy of Medical Science, the Guangzhou TCM University, the Capital University of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College in Beijing as well as 10 Honorary Consultant positions from Maternal and Child Health Hospitals, China. Among his students, twenty five are now professors and leading endoscopists in China.
Professor Wong had published 4 books and more than 180 papers in local and international journals. He retired from the New South Wales University in 2010 and has been in private practice in Hong Kong. He will continue to contribute towards the education of the young doctors in endoscopy and O&G.
He is now working at Women & Babies Medical Centre as a Obstetrician & Gynaecologist