Prof. Ying CHAU
Research Area | Research Interests | Current Research Activities | Teaching Assignments | Publications
Advanced Materials, Bioengineering - Bioengineering
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.
2017-18 Spring: CENG1000 - Introduction to Chemical and Biological Engineering
2017-18 Spring: ENGG4930A - Design for Global Health
2017-18 Spring: UROP1100T - Undergraduate Research Opportunities Series 1
2018-19 Fall: CENG1000 - Introduction to Chemical and Biological Engineering
2018-19 Fall: CENG1010 - Academic and Professional Development I
2018-19 Spring: ENGG4930B - Design for Global Health
2018-19 Spring: BIEN6800P - Bioengineering Seminar
- Lau, Chi Ming Laurence; Yu, Yu; Jahanmir, Ghodsiehsadat; Chau, Ying "Controlled release technology for anti-angiogenesis treatment of posterior eye diseases: Current status and challenges", Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, 4 April 2018 (2018)
- 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)
- 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)
- 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)