Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Prof. Wang Jiguang (front, seated) and his research team.
Prof. Wang Jiguang (front, seated) and his research team. 
Laying Foundation for Non-Invasive Diagnosis and Therapy Development
The team has developed a web-based platform by compiling SARS-CoV-2 T cell epitope data from immunological studies of recovered patients in hope to guide studies related to COVID-19 vaccines and diagnostics.
The team has developed a web-based platform by compiling SARS-CoV-2 T cell epitope data from immunological studies of recovered patients in hope to guide studies related to COVID-19 vaccines and diagnostics. 
Ivy Wong was identified by the selection committee as the best candidate in the medical and biological sciences category and awarded the Butterfield-Croucher Studentship in 2021.
Ivy Wong was identified by the selection committee as the best candidate in the medical and biological sciences category and awarded the Butterfield-Croucher Studentship in 2021. 
Prof. Wang Jiguang is the only awardee from Hong Kong among the 10 inaugural recipients of the prestigious Zhong Nanshan Youth Science and Technology Innovation Award.
Prof. Wang Jiguang is the only awardee from Hong Kong among the 10 inaugural recipients of the prestigious Zhong Nanshan Youth Science and Technology Innovation Award. 
Prof. Wang Jiguang contributes to biomedical research with expertise in applied mathematics.
Prof. Wang Jiguang contributes to biomedical research with expertise in applied mathematics. 
(From right) Wong Ka-Chin from SPES Tech, Prof. Gary Chan, Director of HKUST’s Entrepreneurship Center, and Prof. Terence Wong and his PhD student Zhang Yan from PhoMedics.
(From right) Wong Ka-Chin from SPES Tech, Prof. Gary Chan, Director of HKUST’s Entrepreneurship Center, and Prof. Terence Wong and his PhD student Zhang Yan from PhoMedics. 
Dr. Ervin Shu created a medical device, CryoChip, to help couples struggling with infertility by automating and standardizing the process of embryo vitrification.
Dr. Ervin Shu created a medical device, CryoChip, to help couples struggling with infertility by automating and standardizing the process of embryo vitrification. 
(From left) Prof Bertram Shi, Head of HKUST’s Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering (ECE); Prof Matthew McKay, Hari Harilela Associate Professor in the Departments of ECE and Chemical & Biological Engineering; and Prof Raymond Louie, Research Assistant Professor in the Department of ECE and Junior Fellow of HKUST Institute for Advanced Study
(From left) Prof Bertram Shi, Head of HKUST’s Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering (ECE); Prof Matthew McKay, Hari Harilela Associate Professor in the Departments of ECE and Chemical & Biological Engineering; and Prof Raymond Louie, Research Assistant Professor in the Department of ECE and Junior Fellow of HKUST Institute for Advanced Study 
Decoding of Crucial HIV Protein Raises Hope of Modifying Vaccine