Felix Cheuk Wun Ting

PhD Student, Social and Administrative Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy
Felix Ting




PhD Student, Social and Administrative Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy


Master of Public Health, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Bachelor of Pharmacy, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

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Felix Cheuk Wun Ting is a PhD student in Social and Administrative Pharmacy at the University of Minnesota. He is also a registered pharmacist in Hong Kong with a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree and a Master of Public Health degree from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Felix's current research interest is to investigate the impact of Medication Therapy Management (MTM) on medication adherence and health outcomes in different patient groups using Medicare data. This research interest arose from his undergraduate overseas MTM rotation, during which he learned that pharmacists could play a much greater role in contributing to safe and effective use of medications in patients. He hopes to navigate medication management services from a health system perspective in order to benefit not only individual patients, but also the entire population. He is also interested in the use of technology in healthcare, with a previous project in Hong Kong evaluating the safety and efficiency of a technology-based medication management program for old age homes. In the long run, with his background in both pharmacy and public health, Felix would like to be an independent researcher and a team player in an interdisciplinary research team.

Awards and Scholarships

  • Provost Recruiting Scholarship (2022)
  • Shaw College Young Scholar (2022)
  • Targeted Taught Postgraduate Programmes Fellowship (2021)
  • Janssen Scholarship (2021)
  • The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Hong Kong Outstanding Performance Award (2020)
  • Pfizer Corporation Hong Kong Limited Academic Exchange Scholarship (2019)
  • PuraPharm Corporation Limited Scholarship of Excellence (2018)


  • PHAR 6720 Pharmaceutical Care Skills Lab II
  • PHAR 6740 Pharmaceutical Care Skills Lab III