• (2022-2024) Spatial Exposure Notification. RGC Collaborative Research Fund (CRF). Project C7105-21G.
  • (2020-2023) Impact of exposure to green environments on depression in the most densely populated city in the world. RGC General Research Fund 2020-21. Project No. 17613220.
  • (2019-2024) Understanding aspects of common, complex chronic diseases in urban households: FAMILY Cohort. Health & Medical Research Funded Commissioned grant. Food and Health Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government.
  • (2019-2021) Are stroke subtypes, severity and prognosis after stroke affected by air pollution? Health & Medical Research Funded grant. Food & Health Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government, Project: 06172626.
  • (2019-2022) The Relationship of Built Environments with Health Indicators and Quality of Life: A Community Participatory Model Proposal for Healthy Cities. The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK), Turkey. Grant No. 218K368.
  • (2019-2025) Deciphering the impact of built and atmospheric environment on mental and cognitive health, dementia and mortality outcomes utilising the UKBUMP database:  a DPUK supported study. UK Biobank Project (UKB No. 44469).
  • (2017-2025) Built Environment and Obstructive Lung Disease. UK Biobank Project (UKB No. 26492).
  • (2015-2026) The UK Biobank Urban Morphometric Platform-Deciphering associations of built environment morphometrics with individual health and lifestyle. UK Biobank Project (UKB No. 11730).
  • (2015-2017) Microbiome – built environment project. Hong Kong University Seed Funding for Basic Research (in collaboration with Faculty of Science).
  • (2014-2017) Exploring saturation in food outlet access in greater London, and examining associations with diet quality and body weight in a large sample of adults. UK Biobank Project (UKB No. 10570).
  • (2014-2016) Green=walkable?:measuring the associations between green space morphology and walking patterns in London among 20,000 respondents in the LTDS. HKU URC-PDF 34th round; FoA dean’s start-up fund; DLA.