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QIAN LUO PROFESSOR
Title : PROGRAMME COORDINATOR OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES)
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Institute: Faculty of Health Sciences
Research Fields: Cancer biology: Identify driver proteins that can increase cancer cells’ survival in circulation, metastasis and during chemotherapy. Anti-cancer drug discovery: Discover new agents against metastatic and drug resistant cancer cells. Metabolic diseases: Study diabetes-related endothelial cell dysfunction and discover new biomarkers for diagnosis and treatment of diabetes. Aging research and bio-detections: Generate transgenic zebrafish for aging and toxicity study.
Contact email: kluo@um.edu.mo
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QIAN LUO

Research Contents

  • Cancer biology: Identify driver proteins that can increase cancer cells’ survival in circulation, metastasis and during chemotherapy.
  • Anti-cancer drug discovery: Discover new agents against metastatic and drug resistant cancer cells.
  • Metabolic diseases: Study diabetes-related endothelial cell dysfunction and discover new biomarkers for diagnosis and treatment of diabetes.
  • Aging research and bio-detections: Generate transgenic zebrafish for aging and toxicity study.

Employment

2016-01_今 University of Macau University of Macau
2009-05_2015-12 Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Nanyang Technological Universi
2003-12_2009-05 The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kon Department of Chemical and Bio
1998-08_2003-12 The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kon Department of Biology
1989-09_1990-08 Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Department of Medicine
1987-09_1989-08 University of Colorado, Denver, Colorado, USA Department of Medicine

Honors & Rewards

2017-07-27 The best poster award received during the International Symposium on Advances in Molecular Sensory Engineering (SAMSE)
2016-09-16 The best poster award received during the 16th Biennial Metastasis Research Congress, Sep 16-20, 2016, Chengdu, China.
2015-07-26 The best poster award received during the International Conference of Optofluidics, July 26-29, 2015, Taipei, Taiwan.

Project

2019-01_2021-12 Discovery and Mechanistic Study of Shear Stress-activated Mechanosensors in Increasing Survival and Metastasis of Circulating Tumor Cells.

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