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Dr Ching, Yick Pang 程翼鵬

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Dr Ching, Yick Pang 程翼鵬

Title:
Associate Professor

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Also Cited As:
Wilson Y.P. Ching

Biography

After obtaining his undergraduate degree at Imperial College, University of London, UK, Dr. Ching continued his PhD training in Department of Biochemistry at University of Dundee, UK. He then had his first post-doctoral training in Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. After that, he moved to Institute of Molecular Biology at the University of Hong Kong, working as postdoctoral fellow and has been joinly appointed as Research Assistant Professor by the Department of Pathology and Biochemistry at the same university since 2003. He then promoted to Associate Professor in Department of Anatomy. His research mainly focuses on the molecular signaling of cancer metastasis as well as neural development.

 
Honours, Awards & Prizes
AwardeesAward DateHonours / Awards / PrizesCategory
2008-09-01Mechanism involved in inhibition of tumor cell invasion by berberine derived from Coptis: RGC GRFResearch Achievement
Leung, THY
Ng, DCH
2004-04-01Characterization Of Novel Putative Tumor Suppressor Gene, DLC2 (deleted In Liver Cancer 2), In Hepatocellular Carcinoma: 95th American Association For Cancer Research Annual Meeting, Florida, 2004Research Achievement
Leung, THY
Ng, DCH
2004-12-01Identification of multiple isoforms of DLC2, a novel tumor suppressor gene, and their functional characterization in hepatocellular carcinoma: the 4th International Meeting Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Eastern and Western Experiences, 2004Research Achievement
2006-01-01Young Scholar Award: National Natural Science Foundation of ChinaResearch Achievement
2008-09-01Mechanism involved in inhibition of tumor cell invasion by berberine derived from Coptis: RGC GRFResearch Achievement
Chan, SF
Jeang, KT
2007-07-012007 Faculty Research Output Prize: The University of Hong Kong, Nature Cell BiologyResearch Achievement
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