Dr. CHAN Yiu Man, Olivia
Honorary Clinical Assistant Professor
(852) 3505 2583
MBChB (CUHK), MD (CUHK), MRCOG, FHKCOG, FHKAM(O&G), MSc in Medical Genetics (CUHK), Cert HKCOG (MFM)
Dr. CHAN Yiu Man Olivia graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. After her specialty training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, she received the HA corporate scholarship and undergone training in Clinical Genetics in 2014: 1) Department of Molecular and Human Genetics, Baylor College of Medicine, USA; 2) Centre for Genomic Medicine, University of Manchester, UK. She holds a Master Degree in Clinical Genetics from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and was awarded the Mr. and Mrs, Chang Un Lin Memorial Scholarship.
Dr. Chan has been awarded the Distinguished Young Fellow from the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine. She was awarded Doctor of Medicine (MD) by CUHK in 2017. Dr. Chan completed the subspecialty training in Maternal Fetal Medicine (HKCOG) in 2018. Together with Professors from Baylor College of Medicine, Dr. Chan provides clinical genetic service including prenatal diagnostic service, preimplantation genetic diagnosis, genetic testing and counseling for families with genetic disease in the CUHK genetic clinic.
Dr. Chan is also an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). She is actively involved in breastfeeding promotion and education.
Clinical & Research Interests:
Prenatal diagnosis, Clinical genetics, Patient’s preference and utility assessment, Breastfeeding promotion
Total number of paper published: 14
|1||Prospective assessment of INTERGROWTH-21st and World Health Organization estimated fetal weight reference curves
Cheng YKY, Lu J, Leung TY, Chan YM, Sahota DS
Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol. 2018 Jun;51(6):792-798
|2||Prenatal Diagnosis of a Retroesophageal Left Brachiocephalic Vein: Two Case Reports
Cheng YKY, Law KM, Chak PK, To KF, Chan YM, Leung TY
J Ultrasound Med. 2017 May;36(5):1065-1069
|3||Identification of fragile X pre-mutation carriers in the Chinese obstetric population using a robust FMR1 polymerase chain reaction assay: implications for screening and prenatal diagnosis
Cheng Y KY , Lin CSW, Kwok YKY, Chan YM , Lau TK , Leung TY , Choy KW
Hong Kong Med J. 2017 Apr;23(2):110-6
|4||Prenatal detection of 10q22q23 duplications: dilemmas in phenotype prediction
Kong GWS, Cao Y, Huang J, Cheng KY, Pursley AN, Rosenfeld JA, Edwards J G, Chan YM, Cheung SW, Leung TY, Choy KW
Prenat Diagn. 2016 Dec;36(13):1211-1216
|5||Increased Bone Turnover, Osteoporosis, Progressive Tibial Bowing, Fractures, and Scoliosis in a Patient with a Final-Exon SATB2 Frameshift Mutation.
Boone PM, Chan OYM, Hunter JV, Pottkotter LE, Davino NA, Yang Y, Beuten J, Bacino CA
Am J Med Genet Part A Nov 2016;170(11): 3028 – 3032
|6||Impact of Replacing Chinese Ethnicity-specific Fetal Biometry Charts with the INTERGROWTH-21St Standard.
Cheng YKY, Leung TY, Lao TTH, Chan OYM, Sahota DS
BJOG Sep 2016;123(S3): 48 – 56
|7||Women s Uptake of Non-Invasive DNA Testing Following a High-risk Screening Test for Trisomy 21 within a Publicly Funded Healthcare System Findings from a Retrospective Review.
Chan OYM, Leung WC, Chan WP, Leung TY, Cheng YKY, Sahota DS
Prenatal Diag 2015;35(4): 342 - 347
|8||Intra- and Inter-observer Reproducibility of Ultrasound Measurements of Pelvic Inlet Diameter in Pregnant Women.
Wah IYM, Chan OYM, Sahota DS, Hui ASY, Lau TK, Leung TY
Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2014;2014(4): 653 - 658
|9||Patient's Choice between a Non-invasive Prenatal Test and Invasive Prenatal Diagnosis Based on Test Accuracy.
Chan OYM, Leung TY, Chan OK, Cheng YKY, Sahota DS
Fetal Diagn Ther 2014;35(3): 193 - 198
|10||Prenatal Diagnosis of Maternally Inherited X-linked Opitz G/BBB Syndrome by Chromosomal Microarray in a Fetus with Complex Congenital Heart Disease.
Cheng YKY, Huang J, Law KM, Chan OYM, Leung TY, Choy KW
Clin Chim Acta 2014;436C(2014): 140 - 142
|11||A survey of prenatal first-trimester aneuploidy screening among Hong Kong specialist obstetricians.
Chan OYM, Sahota DS, Chan OK, Leung TY, Lau TK
Hong Kong Med J 2009;15(6): 447 - 451
|12||Chinese women's preferences for prenatal diagnostic procedure and their willingness to trade between procedures.
Chan OYM, Sahota DS, Leung TY, Choy KW, Chan OK, Lau TK
Prenatal Diag 2009;29(13): 1270 - 1276
|13||Miscarriage after invasive prenatal diagnostic procedures: how much risk our pregnant women are willing to take?
Chan OYM, Sahota DS, Chan OK, Leung TY, Lau TK
Prenatal Diag 2009;29(9): 870 - 874
|14||EDN1 Lys198Asn is Associated with Diabetic Retinopathy in Type 2 Diabetes.
Li HT, Louey JWC, Choy KW, Liu DTL, Chan WM, Chan OYM, Fung NSK, Fan BJ, Baum LW, Chan JCN, Lam DSC, Pang CCP
Mol Vis 2008;14: 1698 - 1704
|15||The utility assessment of Chinese pregnant women towards the birth of a baby with Down syndrome compared to a procedure-related miscarriage.
Chan YM, Leung TN, Leung TY, Fung TY, Chan LW, Lau TK
Prenatal Diag 2006;26(9): 819 - 824