Vivian Choi obtained both her BSc degree in Food and Nutritional Sciences and Psychology and an MSc degree in Food Safety and Toxicology from the University of Hong Kong.
During Vivian’s undergraduate studies, she joined the human nutrition laboratory. She started working there as a student volunteer in Year 2, during which she participated in a human nutrition project regarding the efficacy of plant-based functional foods to protect against endothelial dysfunction. For her final year project, she investigated the effects of life-long high sucrose diets on hepatic metabolism changes in an animal dietary intervention study. For her MSc lab project, she worked in the biofilm research laboratory, studying the microbial content and safety of Hong Kong’s Chinese Cantonese sausages.
She joined Delphic HSE in September 2021 as a junior toxicologist and assists in performing toxicological risk assessments of cosmetics, toys, and household products.