PhD student Huajian gave an oral presentation on her research work at the HK Inter-U Postgraduate Symposium in Biochemcial Sciences held virtually on June 12, 2021 and secured one of the three Best Oral Presentation Awards!
PhD students JJ, Matthew and Jane also presented their work in the form of posters.
Day well spent learning about research postgraduate projects going on at HKU, CUHK and HKUST. Well done everyone!
Thrilled to announce our new paper published in the June 1 2021 issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation. Read about our findings on how FUT1 mediates fucoyslation of membrane-bound proteins, including CD147, EGFR, ICAM-1 and EPHA2, to drive cancer stemness in a glucose-deprived HCC microenvironment. Congrats to Jane and the team! Link to full article here.
Ecstatic to have the opportunity to participate at the Keystone eSymposia on Cancer Stem Cells: Advances in Biology and Clinical Translation held May 19-21, 2021. Shared my group’s recent research progress on how the non-cellular components of the tumor microenvironment shapes cancer stemness in the liver; and learnt about the exciting new projects from others! Postdoc Lena and PhD student Huajian in the lab also shared their recent research findings in a short talk and poster abstract. Link to full program can be found here.
Our lab retreat was successfully held May 14-15 at HK Science Park’s InnoCell. The past year had been particularly challenging for everyone. It was a great opportunity to come together to share ideas, brainstorm, reflect, relax and socialize. I hope everyone enjoyed the time together. Thankful for my great team! #stayfocused #keeppushing
Our Research Assistant Professor Man Tong (Carol) gave a summary of her past and current work on novel therapeutic strategies to target dysregulated signaling pathways in HCC at the School of Biomedical Sciences RAP/PDF Seminar Series on January 27, 2021.