Human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs): magic bullets for optimal immune health (NEW!)

Exploring the roles of human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) in gut mucosal and systemic immunity of breastfed infants

Chemical Exposure and Health Outcome (3)

Effects of dietary soy isoflavones at different life stages

Chemical exposure and health outcome (2)

Environmental toxins, preterm birth and other pregnancy outcomes: An update

Chemical exposure and health outcome (1)

Impact of chemical exposure in early life on neurodevelopment of children

Roles of gastrointestinal microbiota in different life stages (3)

Gut microbiota and metabolic disorders: A focus on type 2 diabetes and dietary modulation

Roles of gastrointestinal microbiota in different life stages (2)

The role of gastrointestinal microbiota in paediatric allergy

Roles of gastrointestinal microbiota in different life stages (1)

Gastrointestinal microbiota in maternal and infant health
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Academic Activities

Scientific symposium – Critical connectivity: Assessing and supporting the development of brain and behaviour


  • Dr Henry Au Yeung Cheuk-lun (Hong Kong)
  • Professor Weili Lin (USA)
  • Dr Daniel Chiu Cheung-shing (Hong Kong)
  • Dr Fanny Lam Wai-fan (Hong Kong)

The 28th International Congress of Pediatrics (IPA) (NEW!)

17-22 August 2016, Vancouver, Canada

Science Updates

The association between gut microbiota in early life and future body mass index (NEW!)

This prospective study found an association between early-life gut microbiota and body mass index (BMI) z-scores at age 12 in a Norwegian cohort, suggesting infant gut microbiota may have the potential to help identify children at risk of obesity later in life.


Picky Eating eBook

Practical tips to overcome picky eating behaviours by Kate Di Prima, an accredited practicing dietitian specializing in Paediatrics and a spokesperson for the Dietitians Association of Australia. 

Growth Charts

The WHO Child Growth Standards were developed using data collected in the WHO Multicentre Growth Reference Study (MGRS)1.