Prof. Kelvin Tsoi is a Digital Epidemiologist, currently serving in both School of Public Health and Primary Care as well as Big Data Decision Analytics Research Centre in The Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research interests focus on digital innovation in chronic disease management, including mobile and telecare application for hypertension management, and technological implementation and social engagement for cognitive screening. He also works on traditional research on electronic health records for population cohort studies.
Prof. Tsoi is the founding President of The International Society for Digital Health (ISDH) since 2019. The ISDH was being established through global collaboration with researchers from The Stanford University, The University of British Columbia, The University of Sydney and University of Leeds. It aims to encourage interdisciplinary research with innovative technology between medicine and engineering. The Society also organized annual symposium in connecting professionals from different sectors to promote digital health.