Year of graduation: 2005

Supervisors: Prof Calvin CP PANG

“Science is not a cold knowledge with white coat and test tube. Science gives a warm heart to the wellbeing of mankind.

Research Direction

  • Biochemistry
  • Analytical chemistry and
  • Herbal medicine to understand ocular disease and propose novel remedies.

Current Affiliations and Positions

  • Technician, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Representative Publications

  1. Chu KO, Chan KP, Wang CC, Chu CY, Li WY, Choy KW, Rogers MS, Pang CP. Green tea catechins and their oxidative protection in the rat eye. J Agric Food Chem. 2010;58:1523-1534.
  2. Chu KO, Liu DT, Chan KP, Yang YP, Yam GH, Rogers MS, Pang CP. Quantification and Structure Elucidation of in Vivo Bevacizumab Modification in Rabbit Vitreous Humor after Intravitreal Injection. Molecular pharmaceutics, 2012;9:3422-3433.
  3. Chu KO, Chan KP, Yang YP, Qin YJ, Li WY2, Chan SO, Wang CC, Pang CP. Effects of EGCG content in green tea extract on pharmacokinetics, oxidative status and expression of inflammatory and apoptotic genes in the rat ocular tissues. J Nutr Biochem. 2015;26:1357-1367.
  4. Chu KO, Wang CC, Chu CY, Choy KW, Pang CP, Rogers MS. Uptake and distribution of catechins in fetal organs following in utero exposure in rats. Hum Reprod. 2007;22:280-287.
  5. Wang CC, Chu KO, Chong WS, Li WY, Pang CP, Shum AS, Lau TK, Rogers MS. Tea epigallocatechin-3-gallate increases 8-isoprostane level and induces caudal regression in developing rat embryos. Free Radic Biol Med. 2007;43:519-527.