CUHK Gerald Choa Neuroscience Centre examines the brain mechanism of behaviours
Lawrence Wong helps stroke patients regain upper limb mobility
Yannie Soo strikes a perfect balance between work and family
Yuen Man-pan’s lifelong devotion to children with cancer
James Lau’s quest to perfect endoscopic surgery
Isabel Hwang flips the classroom of biomedical sciences
A collaborative artwork by Joseph Sung and Philip Chiu
Prof. Lan Hui-yao expounds on how he applies the yin-yang balance theory to uncover the mechanism of renal fibrosis.
Ms. Jennifer Chen, an ardent supporter of CUHK’s brain cancer initiatives, has turned the remembrance of her late husband into philanthropic endeavours one after another.
Jason Yam safeguards the windows to the soul
Dr. Randolph Wong opens up about surgery, research and art
Paediatrician Emily Hung on Parenting
Audrey Chan’s Journey into Chinese Medicine
Our gut bacteria are powerful—it's time to start listening
From Non-invasive Prenatal Test to Cancer Screening
But drills can save, says Polly Li
Martin Wong on early detection and prevention
Qin Ling experiments with bioactive implants
School of Chinese Medicine Brings Traditional Medical Practice to New Heights
Huang Yu sheds light on blood vessel dysfunctions
Siew Ng asks why inflammatory bowel disease takes root in Asia
Chair Sek-ying on The Nethersole School of Nursing’s past, present and future
Henry Chan did the math of liver cancer for patients and general practitioners
Victor Chan’s take on the less explored neurology
The medical team led by Prof. Justin Wu treats serious enteric infections with Fecal Microbiota Transplantation, in which fecal matter is collected from a healthy donor to restore the patient's internal ecology.
Prof. Jean Woo, an expert in gerontological medicine, clarifies a few myths about old age, and what her team is doing to make Hong Kong an age-friendly city.
CUHK has been pushing the frontiers of minimally invasive surgery for a quarter century. A new centre on cutting-edge engineering and medical research is the latest testimony to the University’s commitment to medical innovations.
Why men contract liver cancer far more often than women