Larry Qingning LIANG, PhD (梁青寧)
Office Ext.: (853) 8822 9175
Dr. Liang joined University of Macau in 2015 and MLC in 2016. He completed his PhD degree from Department of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong and received his Post-doctoral training in the same institution. His study experience also includes a bachelor degree in Beijing, master in Shanghai and visiting scholar in Australia. In his research career, Dr. Liang was fascinated by the study of depression and exercise, diabetes, obesity, liver Injury and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Besides medical research, Dr. Liang also worked as Resident Tutor at the halls of HKU, HR team leader, language trainer and technician in pharmaceutical company. He wishes to share his diverse interest and experience with all students in MLC and help them achieve a discovering, fruitful and wonderful university life!
Gary Ka Wai FUNG, PhD (馮家維)
Office Ext.: (853) 8822 4236
It is my pleasure to join the MLC. I hope you will enjoy your new life as a university student with this big family for the next four years. In the residential college, not only you will be learning knowledge from your chosen majors, you will also pick up life skills that will follow you for a lifetime. Before I joined the MLC, I have studied in the U.K for 13 years. After obtaining a Chemistry degree from the University of Manchester, I continued my studies in the University College London and graduated with a Ph.D. degree in Structural Biology. Before joining the University of Macau, I have worked as a Post-doctoral researcher and medical representative for GlaxoSmithKline. Besides work, I am a big fan of sports, especially badminton, tennis, surfing and skiing. I also enjoy travelling and cooking in my spare time. Lastly, I look forward to sharing my life experiences with you and see you all around the college.
Venus Viana, PhD
Assistant Professor (by courtesy), Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Junior Research Fellow, Institute of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences
Office Phone: (853) 8822 9508
I am a historian of modern China with special research interest in grassroot history which focuses on the everyday life of the ordinary people and their interaction with the local government. South China, especially the Pearl River Delta, is the primary area of my research. I graduated from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong and worked as post-doctoral fellow at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Being a part of the collegiate system is a new but not an unfamiliar experience. For many years, I have been committed to enhancing student learning. I am looking forward to tea-time intellectual-stimulating and idea-provoking conversations with you—students and colleagues. I also welcome every member of UM to come to me at G034 in W33 to share with me your thoughts and your experiences of college and university life.