Faculty List

Full Name:

Prof. Ying CHAU

Associate Professor

Phone:

(852) 2358 8935

Fax:

(852) 2358 0054

E-mail:

keychau@ust.hk

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Research Area

Bioengineering

Research Interests

Biomedical engineering; drug delivery; cancer targetting; tissue engineering; biomaterial; polymer and peptide design. Drug delivery; cancer targeting; tissue engineering; biomaterial; polymer and peptide design.

Current Research Activities

Biomedical engineering; drug delivery; cancer targeting; tissue engineering; biomaterial; polymer and peptide design.

Recent Publications

Suen, Wai-Leung Langston; Chau, Ying "Size- dependent internalisation of folate- decorated nanoparticles via the pathways of clathrin and caveolae- mediated endocytosis in ARPE-19 cells", Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology v. 66, April 2014, p. 564-573 (2014)

 

Suen, W.-L.L. ; Chau, Y. "Size-dependent internalisation of folate-decorated nanoparticles via the pathways of clathrin and caveolae-mediated endocytosis in ARPE-19 cells", Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology v. 66, (4), 2014, p. 564-573 (2014)

 

Li, Q. ; Chow, K.L. ; Chau, Y. "Three-dimensional self-assembling peptide matrix enhances the formation of embryoid bodies and their neuronal differentiation", Journal of biomedical materials research. Part A v. 102, (6), 2014, p. 1991-2000 (2014)

 

Jiang, Liguo; Wang, Weiping; Chau, Ying; Yao, Shuhuai "Controllable formation of aromatic nanoparticles in a three-dimensional hydrodynamic flow focusing microfluidic device", RSC Advances. v. 3, (39), 2013, p. 17762-17769 (2013)

 

Suen, W. L., Chau, Ying., "Specific Uptake of Folate-decorated Triamcinolone-encapsulating Nanoparticles by Retinal Pigment Epithelium Cells Enhances and Prolongs Antiangiogenic Activity", Journal of controlled release. v.167, (1), 2013, Jan, p. 21-28 (2013)

 

Suen, W.-L.L., Wong, H.S., Yu, Y., Lau, L.C.M., Lo, A.C.-Y., Chau, Y., "Ultrasound-mediated transscleral delivery of macromolecules to the posterior segment of rabbit eye in vivo", Investigative ophthalmology & visual science. v. 54, (6), 2013, p. 4358-4365 (2013)

 

Zhong, Jieying., Chau, Ying., "A polyelectrolyte complex between lytic peptide-polymer conjugate and PGA as an efficient metabolic stress-inducing polymeric agent", The 19th Hong Kong International Cancer Congress. Hong Kong, China, November 2012 (2012)

 

Chau, Ying., Wang, Weiping., "Aromatic-directed self-assembly of biofunctional nanoparticles", The International Conference of Young Researchers on Advanced Materials (ICYRAM). Singapore, July, 2012 (2012)

 

Yu, Yu., Chau, Ying., "Biodegradable Hyaluronic Acid in situ Hydrogel for Tissue Augmentation", Biomedical Engineering International Conference 2012. Hong Kong, China, Dec 2012 (2012)

 

Chau, Ying., "Engineering biomaterials for drug delivery to the posterior segment", The 27th Asia-Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology (APAO) meeting. Busan, Korea, April 2012 (2012)

 

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Current Thesis Students

Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Student Name: Woojin BACK
Program: Master Candidate in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Abstract Title: Development of a long-acting artificial tear formulation and its clinical application in veterinary medicine

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Student Name: Teng FENG
Program: Doctor Candidate in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Abstract Title: Polymeric Nanoparticles for Co-delivery of Peptidyl Inhibitors into the Central Nervous System

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Student Name: Xiaonan HUANG
Program: Doctor Candidate in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Abstract Title: Engineered nanoparticles for ocular drug delivery targeting Retina

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Student Name: Ghodsiehsadat JAHANMIR
Program: Doctor Candidate in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Abstract Title: In Situ Gel for Ocular Drug Delivery: Synthesis, Characterization and Mathematical Modelling

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Student Name: Jing XU
Program: Master Candidate in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Abstract Title: Specific uptake of Modified Polymeric Nanoparticles by Dorsal Root Ganglion Enhances and Prolongs Drug Release

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Student Name: Chun Hang YU
Program: Master Candidate in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Abstract Title: Peptide self-assembly for gene delivery

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