Wai Chung is a current MD candidate at Monash University School of Medicine and a researcher with an interest in critical care, infectious diseases, and public health. Starting his research career in 2019, he is developing a growing track record of peer review publications on infectious diseases, public health prevention, addiction medicine, and critical care through qualitative and quantitative analysis methodology. He plans to pursue a PhD in infectious disease epidemiology.
- 2019 – Present, MD Candidate – Monash University School of Medicine
- 2021 – Present, Associate Editor of the Australian Medical Student Journal
- 2021 – Present, Committee Member of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee Eastern Health
- 2019 – Present, Member of the Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine
- 2019 – Present, Member of the American College of Physicians 2019 – Present, Member of the Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs
- 2019 – Present, Member of the Australian Medical Association
- 2020 – Present, Research Assistant, Burnet Institute Disease Elimination Program
- 2019 – Present, Student Research Fellow, Monash Addiction Research Centre
- 2019 – Present, Honorary Fellow, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute
- 2020, Visiting Student Research Fellow, University of Auckland Section of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
- 2019, Research Scholar, Biomedicine Discovery Institute: Infection and Immunity
Reports + Policy Briefs
- The Optimise Study: COVID-19 worry and perceptions about infection and potential severity. (PUBLIC HEALTH REPORT) Saich F, Tse WC, Heath K, Altermatt A, Merner B, Hill S, Jin D, Stoové M, Gibney K, Hellard M. The Optimise Study. March, 2022.