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Dr Henry CHAN | Dr Allen CHEONG | Prof. Pauline CHO | Dr Chi-wai DO | Dr Chea-su KEE | Prof. Carly LAM | Dr Andrew LAM | Dr Thomas LAM | Dr Tina LIAN | Dr Bin LIN | Dr Larry NG | Dr Feng PAN | Dr Patrick TING | Prof. Chi-ho TO | Dr Dennis TSE | Prof. George WOO | Prof. Maurice YAP

Dr Andrew LAM

Dr Andrew LAM
MPhil PhD PDipOptom FAAO
Associate Professor 
Affiliate Faculty Member, Interdisciplinary Division of Biomedical Engineering

ORCiD 0000-0002-6333-2585
Author ID (Scopus) 7201848580

Dr Andrew Lam graduated from the then Hong Kong Polytechnic with a Professional Diploma in Optometry. After working in a private optometric practice for two years, he returned to the then Hong Kong Polytechnic working as a Research Assistant and later obtained his Masters and PhD degrees from the Department of Optometry, University of Bradford, in the UK. He is now the Programme Leader of the Bachelor of Science in Optometry Programme at the School of Optometry, PolyU. He was a recipient of the Department's Teaching Excellence Award in 2002 and also 2008.

Dr Lam is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry. He is Chairperson of the Preliminary Investigation Committee and the Registration Committee of the Optometrists Board of Hong Kong. He has also served as Chairperson in various Committees of the Optometrists Board of Hong Kong, including Education Committee and Examination Committee. He was Treasurer of the Hong Kong Society of Professional Optometrists from 1993 to 1998.

Dr Lam’s research interests include the study of cornea, ocular blood flow and intraocular pressure. He has published in many scientific journals, including Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, Optometry and Vision Science, and Clinical and Experimental Optometry. He teaches Ocular Pathology and Ocular Pharmacology for the BSc (Hons) in Optometry at PolyU.

Away from the university and Optometry, Dr Lam has had a long-standing interest in travelling and photography.