Dr. Calvin MakHong Kong
Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Current Position
2024 to present Vice President, Hong Kong Neurosurgical Society
2022 to present First Vice President, Hong Kong Neuro-oncology Society
2020 to present Consultant, Department of Neurosurgery, Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Academic Experiences
2002 - 2007Faculty of Medicine, University of Hong Kong
Professional Experiences
2020 - NowConsultant, Department of Neurosurgery, Queen Elizabeth Hospital
2015 - 2020Associate Consultant, Department of Neurosurgery, Queen Elizabeth Hospital
2018 - 2018Research Fellow, Department of Neurosurgery, Lariboisiere Hospital (under Prof. Sebastien Froelich)
Specialty & Expertise
Special interest: Endoscopic neurosurgery, Skull base neurosurgery
About Me
Dr Calvin Mak is a consultant neurosurgeon at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Hong Kong, and is also appointed as Clinical Associate Professor (Honorary) of the Department of Surgery in the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He graduated from the University of Hong Kong and obtained his FRCSEd(SN) fellowship.

Dr. Mak's main clinical and research interests are endoscopic and complex skull base surgery. He performed the first endoscopic transorbital surgery for brain tumors in Hong Kong, and is course director for dissection courses on endoscopic transorbital surgery. He has been invited as faculty and instructor for various international skull base courses and meetings. Apart from regular publications, he is co-editor of a multidisciplinary skull base textbook, author of book chapters, and serves as editor and reviewer for various journals.

Dr. Mak currently serves as Vice-President of the Hong Kong Neurosurgical Society, First Vice-President of the Hong Kong Neuro-oncology Society, Executive Board member of the Asian Congress of Neurological Surgeons, delegates to the Executive Committee of AASNS and WFNS, council member of the China Greater Bay Area Neurosurgical Alliance. He is also a pioneer in smart hospital development and digital transformation of hospitals in Hong Kong. Dr. Mak was awarded the Ten Outstanding Young Persons in Hong Kong in 2022. He also received the Outstanding Team Award in 2021 and the Young Achiever Award in 2020 from the Hospital Authority of Hong Kong for his contributions and aspirations.