Dr. Joseph Ting is Clinical Associate Professor in the Division of Neonatology, Department of Pediatrics, University of British Columbia and Staff Neonatologist at BC Women’s Hospital. He completed his Residency in Pediatrics at Queen Mary Hospital, University of Hong Kong, in 2006 and obtained his Postgraduate Diploma in Infectious Diseases and Master of Public Health (Medical Statistics) from the University of Hong Kong in 2007 and 2009, respectively. In 2010 – 2013 he received his fellowship training in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine in Vancouver, six months of which was spent at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto to receive further training in Targeted Neonatal Echocardiography (TnECHO).

Dr. Ting’s main research interests fall into two aspects: (i) neonatal infections & antimicrobial stewardship; and (ii) small-for-gestational infants. He is interesting in conducting (i) population studies to understand their associations with predictive variables and neonatal outcomes; and (ii) targeted neonatal echocardiography studies to describe their haemodynamic changes to develop supportive strategies to these vulnerable infants.


Use of sildenafil in an infant with persistent pulmonary hypertension secondary to lung and renal hypoplasia – a case report
BMC Pediatrics
Karen Lavie-Nevo and Kevin C. Harris and Joseph Y. Ting
DOI: 10.1186/s12887-019-1801-3

Temporal trends in neonatal mortality and morbidity following spontaneous and clinician-initiated preterm birth in Washington State, USA: a population-based study
BMJ Open
Lindsay L Richter and Joseph Ting and Giulia M Muraca and Anne Synnes and Kenneth I Lim and Sarka Lisonkova
DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-023004


Current Project
Multi-drug-resistant organisms and neonatal outcomes

Current Project
Right ventricular dysfunction in infants with congenital diaphragmatic hernia

Current Project
Myocardial dysfunction in preterm infants with septic shock


2017 - Medical and Allied Staff Engagement Society (MASES) Engagement Fund, Provincial Health Services Agency (PI)

2016 - Pan-Canadian Network to Improve Outcomes of Preterm Birth (team grant), Canadian Institute of Health Research (Co-applicant)

2017 - Establishment Award, British Columbia Children’s Hospital Research Institute (PI)

Honours & Awards

2016 - Early Career Investigator Award, Canadian Neonatal Network

2016 - Best Young Investigator Prize, Hong Kong College of Paediatricians

2017 – Early Career Investigator in Women’s Health Research Award, British Columbia Women’s Hospital Research Institute

Research Group Members

Liam Dwyer
Stephanie Mo, Research Volunteer
Carly Pickett, Research Assistant
Lindsay Richter, Research Assistant
Sophia Sidi, Research Assistant, RSV Program Research Coordinator