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HKUMed research team identifies new drug combo for liver cancer via CRISPR-Cas9 screen

Bachelor of Science in Bioinformatics

In 2022, we are introducing a new Bachelor of Science in Bioinformatics course. We nurture biomedical data science professionals in innovative growth areas in precision medicine, digital and mobile health technology, big data analysis, etc.

HKUMed identifies an important gene linking the two hallmark pathological features: Amyloid β (Aβ) plaques and neurofibrillary tangles (NFT) in Alzheimer’s disease (AD)

HKUMed identifies a new pathway to prevent invasive cell migration of cancer cells by blocking PI(3,4)P2 lipid synthesis and receptor recycling

HKUMed researchers unveil a novel molecular mechanism underlying liver cancer drug resistance and tumour recurrence

HKUMed identifies Collagen IV differentially regulates planarian stem cell potency and lineage progression: Striving towards tissue regeneration in humans

HKUMed research team reveals a novel epigenetic mechanism in rRNA transcriptional regulation and raises new possibility of targeted therapy for cancer treatment

HKUMed reveals the pathogenic gene of carpal tunnel syndrome, providing new directions for prevention and treatment

HKUMed uncovers novel DNA repair network as promising cancer drug targets

HKUMed scientists unlock the molecular mechanism that promotes ovarian cancer growth, paving the way for new treatment opportunities

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