Dr. Kenneth Fung is a physician and a healthcare consultant. He is medical director of Parker Place Medical Clinic. He graduated from the University of Manitoba with degrees of: B.Sc. Microbiology, M.Sc. Medical Microbiology, M.Sc. Immunology, and Doctor of Medicine. He began his medical career in Winnipeg, Manitoba. After a few years, he settled in Vancouver, BC. Then he obtained the Master of Health Administration degree from the University of British Columbia, and became a Clinical Associate Professor of the School of Public and Population Health, Faculty of Medicine at UBC; teaching and providing policy consultations. He also obtained a certificate from the School of Bioethics, Regina Apostolorum Pontifical University, Roma, Italy and a Diploma in Theology from the Catholic St. Mark’s College at UBC.
Internationally, Dr. Fung is Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, United Kingdoms. He has served as members of the General Medical Council of the United Kingdoms and the Medical Council of Hong Kong. Dr. Fung has also served as Secretary and Treasurer of the International Organization of World Assembly for Mental Health. As a Visiting Scholar, he pioneered an academic exchange program between the Faculties of Medicine of the University of British Columbia and the Sun Yet-Sen University, the province of Guangdong, Peoples’ Republic of China.
Nationally, Dr. Fung is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences. For many years, he has served the Canadian Medical Association in the capacity of MD and Member of Parliament Liaison. He is Honorary Member of the Canadian Medical Association for having exemplified the CMA Coat of Arms of “Integritate et Miscericordia”. He has served many years as expert consultant of the Canada Pension Plan and Disability Review Tribunal.
Provincially, Dr. Fung has served on Boards of Directors of; the British Columbia Medical Association, the College of Family Physicians of Canada (BC), the Society of Clinical Faculties (BC), and the Society of General Practice (BCMA). He has served as the BC Executive Council, Canadian College of Health Services Executives, and as the President of the Chinese Canadian Medical Society (BC).
In public and academic services, Dr. Fung has served as Board of Governors of the University of British Columbia as well as the University of Manitoba. He has also served for many years as Senator of the Senate of the University of Manitoba. He was the Founder and President of Canadian Apotosis Research Foundation for medical research. Starting in 1993, Dr. Fung has continuously served in the Chinese Community Advisory Committees of the following BC Premiers; Michael Harcourt, Glen Clark, Dan Miller, Ujjal Dosanjh, Gordon Campbell, and Christy Clark. He is a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal, and a recipient of a twenty-years medal from the Canadian Bar Association (BC).
“The Effector Cells in in vitro Semi-syngeneic Cytotoxicity and their Functions in the in vitro Phenomenon Graft-vs-Host Reaction”
“An Investigation on Certain Physical and Chemical Properties of Chlamydial Agents”
“Cytotoxicity in Graft-vs-Host Reaction
“Differences in Physiochemical and Antigenic Properties of Chlamydial Strains”
“Purification of Chlamydial Agents by Isoelectrofocusing”
“Experimental Evidence for the Role of Cell-Mediated Immunity Induced by Purified Antigens in Protection against Trachoma”
He has also authored consultation papers on;
Headquarter Economy and the BC Provincial Nominee Program
Strategy For Integration of International Medical Graduates in BC,
Economic Evaluation of Integration of Acupuncture by Traditional Chinese Medicine.
“Diabetes Mellitus Family Educational Manual”
“The Family Medicine Resident in Difficulty: Prevention, Identification and Remediation”