18 Mar 2019

Two students from Boston University School of Medicine spent a month with us at The Chinese University of Hong Kong for their final year elective. Students Maya Kailas and Hyunjee Kwak chose our Faculty based on the positive feedback from BU students who attached with...

7 Mar 2019

Hepatocellular carcinoma is the most common type of primary liver cancer and there is an increasing prevalence of metabolic risk factors such as obesity and diabetes among affected patients. Findings from the “An inflammatory-CCRK circuitry drives mTORC1-dependent meta...

5 Mar 2019


Previously a disease predominantly occurring in Western societies, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) has become a global disease in the past decade. The review “New approaches along the IBD course: diet, tight control and stem cells” goes through important studies publ...

3 Jan 2019

The research article on “Niche adaptation and viral transmission of human papillomaviruses from archaic hominins to modern humans” studies how cancer-causing human papillomaviruses (HPVs) evolved. Understanding the evolution of papillomaviruses should provide important...

29 Nov 2018

The Oxford Textbook of Public Mental Health (ISBN: 9780198792994) is a comprehensive reference that compiles international experiences of mental health promotion and mental well-being.

Prof Samuel Wong of our School of Public Health and Primary Care worked on identifyin...

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