Dr. Kin Pan Au graduated from the medical school of the University of Hong Kong in 2009 and completed General Surgery residency in Queen Mary Hospital. Upon completion of his fellowship training in 2016, he went on to subspecialize in hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery, and liver transplantation.
Besides concentrating on the clinical training, he demonstrated enthusiasm and endurance in surgical research. He was awarded second prize of the best research award of the year by the College of Surgeons of Hong Kong in 2014 and best research output by the Department of Surgery, the University of Hong Kong in 2015. He was also the awardee of various travel grants and awards from different international conferences over the years. His publications emphasized on liver volumes, graft functions and rejections in field of liver transplantation.
Outside of clinical services, he has been appointed as the deputy chief of residents in 2017 and the chief of residents in 2018. He actively participated in medical education of medical students and young residents and had organized a variety of training workshops in both hospital and clinical laboratory.
Outside of medicine, he enjoys hiking and has been a trailwalker. He loves travelling and exploring cultures and landscapes of different countries.