One Health


As the human health and animal health are getting more and more interdependent, CityU adopts and promotes the “One Health” approach to design measures to safeguard public health and to respond to this global challenge. Under the overarching theme of One Health, CityU aims to develop and integrate interdisciplinary, problem-based research collaborations and communications in all aspects of health-related issues.

Membership List

Convenor: Research Interest:
Dr Nicholas THOMAS (PIA) Health security in Asia; Chinese foreign policy; Asian security
Sub-cluster Coordinators: Sub-cluster:
Dr Crystal JIANG Li (COM) Risk and Communication
Dr Nicholas THOMAS (PIA) Social and Public Policy
Dr Esther CHOW Oi-wah (SS) Psychosocial Determinants
Primary Members:
Dr Nancy DAI Yue (COM) Dr HUANG Guanxiong (COM)
Professor Christine HUANG Yi-hui (COM) Dr KIM Ji-won (COM)
Dr LIU Xiaofan (COM) Professor Diane PECORARI (EN)
Dr Jack PUN (EN) Dr Edmund CHENG (PIA)
Professor Sylvia KWOK LAI Yuk-ching (SS) Dr Ben LI (SS)
Dr Dannii YEUNG (SS) Dr Nancy YU Xiaonan (SS)

Research Initiatives

Grant Successful Cases

Health and Medical Research Fund (HMRF)

Project title: CityPal: a chatbot for enhancing young adults' psychological well-being
Principal investigator: Dr John LEE Sie-yuen (LT)

Project title: A pre- and post-test intervention design to develop a communication training model for practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM): a pilot study
Principal investigator: Dr Jack PUN (EN)

Public Policy Research (PPR) Funding Scheme

Project title: Accommodating the Needs of Persons with Disabilities in Policies concerning Public Health Emergencies: Law, Ethics and Practice
Principal investigator: Dr Esther CHOW (CLASS) and Dr Stephenson CHOW (SLW)

Events & Activities

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Past Events & Activities

Friday 10 February 2023
Thursday 5 May 2022
Thursday 28 April 2022
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Dr Nicholas THOMAS

Convenor (One Health), College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, CityU
Associate Professor, Department of Public and International Affairs
Tel: (852) 3442-5301