Henry Nai Ching
Wong obtained his BSc (1973) from the Chinese U. of Hong Kong and PhD (1976) from U. College London. After 2 years as a postdoc at Harvard, he returned to U. College London. From 1980 to 1982, he did research at the Shanghai Inst. of Organic Chemistry (SIOC), The Chinese Acad. of Sciences (CAS). In 1983, he joined the Chinese U. of Hong Kong and is now Prof. of Chemistry, Head of New Asia College, and Dean of Science. He also chairs the Management Committee, Shanghai-Hong Kong Joint Laboratory in Chemical Synthesis, SIOC, CAS. His research interests are concerned with syntheses and studies of natural and non-natural molecules. He has published more than 230 research papers, invited reviews and book chapters. He is member of CAS and the Academy of Sciences of Hong Kong, and the winner of Humboldt, Croucher and Ramsay fellowships and the National Natural Sciences Prize of China.