Endowed Professorship set up for neuropsychology development
With the benevolence of the Tsang Shiu-tim family, the Yeung Tsang Wing Yee and Tsang Wing Hing Professorship in Neuropsychology was established in support of education and research in the areas of neuroscience and neurological rehabilitation. The Endowed Professorship was set up in memory of the deceased Madam Winnie Yeung Tsang Wing-yee and Ms Tsang Wing-hing, daughters of the late philanthropist Mr Tsang Shiu-tim. Prof. David Shum, Dean of Faculty of Health and Social Sciences and Chair Professor of Neuropsychology, was appointed the professorship.
During the appreciation lunch hosted by President Jin-Guang Teng and PolyU Foundation Chairman Dr Katherine Ngan, Mr Tsang Wing-wah and Dr Eddie Yeung Shiu-kin received a souvenir on behalf of the family. Details>>
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