Dr Cheung, Annie 張麗雯
Dr. Cheung received her B.Sc. (with 1st class honours) and PhD degrees from the University of Hong Kong. She joined the Department of Anatomy, University of Hong Kong, after receiving post-doctoral training at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School, London, and the Wolfson Institute of University of Hull on a Croucher Foundation Fellowship. Dr. Cheung’s research interest is cancer biology. Please refer to her selected publications to find out more about her discoveries on the roles and mechanisms of the Id1 gene in esophageal cancer, and how telomere erosion, centromeric instability and TGF-beta contribute to chromosomal instability and cancer development.
|Awardees||Award Date||Honours / Awards / Prizes||Category|
|2011-05-01||Long Service Award for Terms of Service I Staff: University of Hong Kong||Others|
|2014-12-01||深圳虛擬大學園2014年度獲得國家級科技項目獎先進個人, 深圳市科技創新委員會||Research Achievement|
|2013-12-13||Identification and functional validation of cytokines that mediate the effects of Id1 on local invasion and distant metastasis (US$3,000): RayBiotech's 2013 Innovative Research Grant Program||Research Achievement|
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|2002 - present||Councilman||International Society of Molecular Morphology|
|1990 - present||Active member||The Histochemical Society|
|2003 - present||Active member||American Association for Cancer Research|
|2013 - present||Active member||European Association for Cancer Research|
|1990 - 2012||Member||Institute of Biology|
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