PolyU scholar garners World Physiotherapy International Service Award
Congratulations to PolyU scholar Professor Marco Pang, Director of the University Research Facility in Behavioral and Systems Neuroscience and Chair Professor of Neurorehabilitation of the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, on being honoured with the World Physiotherapy International Service Award in Research. Professor Pang is the first physiotherapist from Hong Kong to receive this prestigious recognition.
The World Physiotherapy International Service Award in Research is a highly regarded honour awarded only once every four years in recognition of the awardee’s outstanding research contributions and unwavering dedication to advancing the field. Among the recipients of this year's Award Ceremony, Professor Pang stands out as one of the four exceptional physiotherapists from across the globe.
Professor Pang is currently the President of the Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association and the Editor-in-Chief of the Hong Kong Physiotherapy Journal. He is currently the Chair of the World Physiotherapy Asia Western Pacific Region Executive Committee.
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