Dr Leung’s current research focuses on understanding the epigenetic control of non-coding DNA sequences in cancer.
Welcome! Here you will find almost 1000 scientists who have received awards and honours from the Croucher Foundation.
Professor LI Xuechen is a Professor of Chemistry at the University of Hong Kong (HKU).
Giulio Chiribella is a leading expert of quantum information science and of the foundations of quantum mechanics.
Since September 2016, Vincent Cheng has been Principal of the Jockey Club Ti-l College in Shatin.
Prof Francis Chan is Dean of Faculty of Medicine and Choh-Ming Li Professor of Medicine and Therapeutics, CUHK.
Professor Zhang Mingjie is a structural biologist who has made numerous contributions to the elucidation of structural and regulatory properties of neuronal signaling proteins.
Dr Stephanie Ma works on cancer stem cells, with a focus on liver cancer. She is a recipient of a Croucher Innovation Award.
Dr Carmen Wong is an assistant professor in the pathology department of HKU, where she studies the mechanisms of liver cancer mestastasis.
Shun Chi Ming is the Director of the Observatory.
Dr Adrian Lam King-Yeung is a Croucher Postdoctoral Fellow at the Mathematical Biosciences Institute, researching mathematical aspects of theoretical Ecology.
Professor Anskar Leung is currently a Clinical Professor in the Department of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong (HKU).
Dr. Lau is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at the National University of Singapore.
Professor Dennis LO Yuk Ming is the Director of the Li Ka Shing Institute of Health Sciences, the Li Ka Shing Professor of Medicine and Professor of Chemical Pathology, and Associate Dean (Research) of the Faculty of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Dr Choi's key research agenda is to investigate how nanoparticles fundamentally interact with the living system, across the vast length scales of organs, tissues, cells, and organelles.
Dr Lau is currently Professor of Surgery and Director of the Endoscopy Centre at the Prince of Wales Hospital.
Dr Heming Cui is an assistant professor in Computer Science at the University of Hong Kong.
Dr Jo’s main research interest is focused on the realisation of synthetic quantum material using ultracold matters, namely a dilute gas of ultracold neutral atoms.
Professor Jun YU is a Professor at the Department of Medicine and Therapeutics, Director of the Research Laboratory of Institute of Digestive Disease, and Associate Director of State Key Laboratory of Digestive Disease, CUHK.
Gary Tse is a clinician-scientist with training in physiology, medicine, cardiac electrophysiology, public health and healthcare management.