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Titus Wong

Titus Wong is a medical microbiologist at BCCDC Public Health Lab and the medical director for Infection Prevention and Control and Community Health. He is also a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine at UBC.


Dr. Wong's research focuses on environmental infection prevention and control, prevention of healthcare-associated infections, PPE and aerosol science.


Titus currently serves as the executive medical director in Medical and Academic Affairs at PHSA, overseeing a portfolio that includes Infection Prevention and Control, Antimicrobial Stewardship, Medical Staff Physical Safety, Psychological Safety, and Wellbeing. He is also a medical microbiologist at BCCDC and serves as the medical director for Infection Prevention and Control and Community Health, and the Provincial Medical Director for the Provincial Infection Control Network (PICNet). He is the founder of the BC/VCH Personal Protective Equipment Testing Laboratory.

Titus is a strong advocate for promoting diversity, cultural humility and safety, and eliminating all forms of racism, including Indigenous-specific racism. Titus has created OSWELL, the Office for Safety and Wellbeing for Medical Staff to improve the work experience for medical staff.


For publication and citations, see PubMed

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