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    HKU ResearcherPage: Cheung, C
     
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    Dr Cheung, Charlton
    張朝敦
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    • Research Assistant Professor
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    Publication list (Conference Papers)
    Results 1-20 of 22
    Result pages: 1
    TypeTitleAuthor(s)YearViews
    Do Autism Spectrum Disorders and Bipolar Disorder share a neuroanatomical phenotype?Wong, C; Yu, GKK; Chua, SE; Cheung, C; McAlonan, GM201190
     
    Prenatal exposure of mice to a maternal immune challenge leads to brain MRI and behavioural changes in the offspring relevant to schizophreniaLi, Q; Cheung, C; Wei, R; Chua, SE; Wu, E; McAlonan, GM201185
     
    Voxel-based morphometry using DARTEL in the mouse reveals differential impact of early and late prenatal inflammation on adult brainCheung, C; Li, Q; Wu, EX; McAlonan, GM2011153
     
    Prenatal immune challenge as a risk factor for white matter microstructural anomalies relevant to schizophreniaLi, Q; Cheung, C; Wei, R; Wong, P; Chua, SE; McAlonan, GM; Wu, EX2011188
     
    Intra-orbital distance as a record of social brain dysmorphology in autismCheung, C; Yu, GKK; Yam, A; Myint, V; Yee, YF; Chua, SE; McAlonan, GM201182
     
    Do autism spectrum disorders and obsessive compulsive disorders share a neuroanatomical phenotype?Yu, GKK; Pun, E; Wong, P; Chua, SE; Cheung, C; McAlonan, GM2011119
     
    A DARTEL based analysis of post-natal brain response to prenatal maternal inflammation in early or late pregnancy in the mouseMcAlonan, GM; Li, Q; Wu, EX; Cheung, C2011109
     
    MRI measurement of intracranial MPAs (minor physical anomalies) in autismFung, G; Fung, YY; Cheung, C; You, Y; McAlonan, GM; Chua, SE2010126
     
    The timing of prenatal immune challenge determines the extent of white matter microstructural anomalies relevant to schizophreniaMcAlonan, GM; Cheung, C; Li, Q; Cheung, V; Hui, ESK; Wei, R; Wong, P; Chua, SE; Wu, EX2010124
     
    The timing of prenatal immune challenge determines the extent of white matter microstructural anomalies relevant to autismMcAlonan, GM; Li, Q; Cheung, C; Wei, R; Cheung, V; Hui, ESK; Wong, P; Chua, SE; Wu, EX201096
     
    The timing of prenatal immune challenge determines the extent of postnatal white matter microstructural anomalies in a mouse model of schizophreniaLi, Q; Cheung, C; Cheung, V; Zhang, X; Wei, R; Wong, P; You, Y; Hui, E; Chua, SE; McAlonan, G; Wu, EX2010134
     
    MRI brain scan study of minor physical anomalies in autismYu, GKK; Cheung, C; Fung, YY; Fung, G; McAlonan, GM; Chua, SE201077
     
    MRI brain scan study of minor physical anomalies to aid the early diagnosis of autismCheung, C; Yee, YF; Fung, G; Yu, K; Yao, N; You, Y; McAlonan, GM; Chua, SE2010208
     
    Evidence that prenatal infection is a risk factor for brain and behaviour changes relevant to schizophrenia and autismMcAlonan, GM; Li, Q; Cheung, C; Wei, R; Chua, SE; Sham, PC; Wu, EX2009140
     
    Prenatal exposure of mice to a maternal immune challenge leads to neurobiological changes in offspring relevant to schizophreniaWong, NK; Li, Q; Cheung, C; Wei, R; Hui, ES; Wu, EX; McAlonan, GM200994
     
    Grey matter excess in basal ganglia after early treatment in neuroleptic naïve, newly diagnosed schizophreniaMerali, HS; Deng, MY; Cheung, C; Chen, EYH; Cheung, V; McAlonan, GM; Chua, SE2008104
     
    Effect of early antipsychotic treatment on caudate and amygdala volume in neuroleptic naive, newly diagnosed schizophreniaLeung, M; Chua, SE; Merali, H; Deng, Y; Cheung, C; Cheung, V; Chen, EYH; McAlonan, G2008149
     
    Early evidence of cerebral grey matter volume changed after treatment in neuroleptic naïve, newly diagnosed schizophreniaDeng, Y; Merali, HS; Cheung, C; Chen, EYH; Cheung, V; McAlonan, GM; Chua, SE2008155
     
    Grey matter volume increase after early antipsychotic treatment in drug naive, first episode schizophrenic cohortDeng, Y; McAlonan, GM; Merali, H; Cheung, C; Cheung, V; Chen, EYH; Chua, SE200883
     
    Early cerebral grey matter excess in basal ganglia after early treatment in first-onset, never-medicated schizophreniaDeng, Y; Cheung, V; Cheung, C; Chen, EYH; Tsang, JTK; Wong, JCH; Yip, L; Tai, KS; Suckling, J; Bullmore, E; McAlonan, GM; Chua, SE2007136
     
    Result pages: 1

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