Stephanie shared the team’s latest research work on the liver CSC tumor microenvironment at the recent 6th International Anatomical Sciences and Cell Biology Conference (IASCBC) held virtually from February 21 to 23, 2022. Thank you to Leilei Chen for the invitation and for chairing the session on Cancer Biology. Hope to visit Singapore in person next time!
Happy to share our new review paper on ‘Organoids as research models for hepatocellular carcinoma’ published in Experimental Cell Research. A great way to wrap up 2021. Congrats to Justin, our MRes(Med) student, on his very first paper!
Team lunch to celebrate Christmas and a year of hard work. Thank you all for your dedication and passion in what we do. Picture taken after lunch buffet at Cafe Too, Island Shangri-la. Merry Christmas from all of us to you!
Happy to share our new Cancer Research paper from a fruitful collaboration with Dr. Alan Wong’s team. Thank you Alan for leading this project and for involving us. Congrats to the two co-first authors Xu Feng and Carol!
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December 11, 2021 – Huajian, Matthew and Yunong of the team presented at this year’s State Key Laboratory of Liver Research (SKLLR) Internal Research Meeting. Morning well spent sharing our work and also learning about other liver disease-related studies! Congratulations to Matthew on securing one of the three Best Oral Presentation Awards and Yunong on securing the Best Poster Presentation Award. Proud of you all!
December 9, 2021 – Finally, some time to relax and have fun! Thankful for this bunch 😊
A pleasure to participate and give a talk at this year’s Cold Spring Harbor Asia – Liver Development, Metabolism, Disease & Cancer held in hybrid mode from Dec 7 to 10, 2021. Stephanie shared the team’s latest research work on Prom1/CD133 tracing in HCC. Thank you and I hope to join the conference in person next year!
November 11, 2021 – Research Grants Council (RGC) held an award presentation ceremony to honor academics for their research achievements. Very honored to be one of the recipients of the Research Fellow Scheme this year. The local newspaper Sing Tao Daily also did a cover of the news interviewing some of the award recipients with the article published December 6, 2021. Read all about it here!
Stephanie’s PhD students Jia Jian and Huajian as well as Carol’s MPhil student Yunong presented at the annual HKUMed Research Postgraduate Symposium that was held Dec 1-2, 2021. Huajian and Yunong were awarded Best Poster Awards. Well done to all and keep up the good work!
Stephanie’s PhD student Toni and Carol’s MPhil student Yunong shared their latest research findings at the recent School of Biomedical Sciences RPG Seminar held in Nov and Dec 2021.