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About Dr Vincent Wong

Dr Vincent Wong graduated from University of Sydney and pursued his specialist training in endocrinology at Westmead Hospital. He was awarded his PhD in 2005 (University of Sydney) for his clinical and basic research in the study of insulin action following heart attacks.

Currently he is senior staff specialist and the Director of Diabetes and Endocrine Service at Liverpool and Fairfield Hospitals. He is the Liverpool Lead for the Diabetes, Obesity Metabolism Translational Research Unit - an academic unit in SWSLHD. He is Conjoint Associate Professor at the South Western Sydney Clinical School at University of New South Wales and is involved in teaching of medical students, medical registrars and other clinical staff in hospital.

His current research interests include thyroid cancer, gestational diabetes, diabetic cardiomyopathy and diabetic retinopathy. He is very excited to join BJC and share the same philosophy of patient focused care.

Dr Wong is fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin.

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