Chi Dung Vu, MD

Head of Department of Medical Genetics and Metabolism, National Hospital of Pediatrics in Hanoi, Vietnam; Honorary Associate in Sydney Medical School, Children’s Hospital at Westmead Clinical School, University of Sydney NSW, Australia; No. 18/879, La Thanh Road, Dong Da District, Hanoi, Vietnam

Dr. Vu, Chi Dung is from The National Hospital of Pediatrics, Hanoi, Vietnam and has extensive experience with Medical Genetics, Inherited Metabolic Disease and Molecular Pediatric Endocrinology. He is now Head of Department of Medical Genetics, Metabolism and Endocrinology, National Hospital of Pediatrics. His is a Board member of Asia Pacific Society of Human Genetics since December 2012, member Council of Asia Pacific Pediatric Endocrine Society from 2010-2014, Board member of Asia Society of Inherited Metabolic Disease since 2013. He was pediatric resident in France for one year at the Medical Genetic Center of the Hospital Pediatrics of St. Antony, Catholic University of Lille and was research fellow for 3 years at the Medical Genetics Division, Department of Pediatric, Saint Louis University, MO, USA. He was a fellow at Royal children’s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia in Aug. 2001 and Mar. 2005 and Jul – Aug. 2010.  He was awarded the Pfizer Overseas Fellowship according to outstanding presentation for the Japanese Society for Inherited Metabolism Diseases in 2004. He received a Travel Award to attend the 11th International Congress of Inborn Errors of Metabolism (ICIEM) in San Diego, California, USA from 29 August through 02 September, 2009. He was granted Asian Investigator Award at the 53rd annual meeting of the Japanese Society for Inherited Metabolic diseases and the 10th annual symposium of the Asian Society for Inherited Metabolic diseases in November 24-26. 2011 in Chiba, Japan; The Award for Excellent Study of the joint meeting of  the 2nd Asian Congress for Inherited Metabolic Diseases (ACIMD) & the 12th Asian-European Workshop on Inborn Errors of Metabolism in Seoul, Korea from April 1st  to 4th, 2012.