Titus Wong was born and raised in Vancouver, BC. He completed his MD and Medical Microbiology residency at the University of British Columbia, and earned a Masters in Health Science (Clinical Epidemiology) from the UBC School of Population and Public Health. He joined the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Vancouver General Hospital in 2012. Titus currently practices as a Medical Microbiologist and Infection Control Physician and is the Medical Lead for Infection Prevention and Control for Coastal, VCH. Titus has research interests in the testing and clinical application of environmental infection control strategies, and the clinical impact of rapid microbiology/infectious diseases diagnostic technologies. Titus contributes to several provincial and national groups including CMPT, CNISP, AMMI-Canada, PICNET, and Doctors of BC. Titus is an active contributor to medical education at UBC: he lectures with the medical undergraduate program in addition to multiple residency and fellowship programs, supervises and mentors medical trainees of all stages in clinical practice and research, sits on the residency training committees of Medical Microbiology Residency and Infectious Diseases Fellowship programs, and is the course co-director (with Dr. L. Hoang) of UBC Pathology 722, a course focused on teaching medical microbiology and infection control to residents and fellows.