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The Medicine Annual Quiz 2017 Liberal Studies Cup on AIDS
醫學通識年賽2017 - 愛滋病通識盃
AIDS Prevention Symposium.
Date: 29 July 2017 (Sat)
Venue: Lecture Theatre 2, Yasumoto International Academic Park, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
(a) 2:30-3:45: Lecture on AIDS prevention (Prof Chen will be our speaker)
(b) 3:45-4:30: Break + Poster session (Prof Chen will be our judge)
(c) 4:30-5:30: Advisor consultation (Prof Chen will be our Advisor to address students' questions)
16-20 August, 2016
23–28 July 2014
|Prof. Zhiwei Chen served as a co-organizer and lecturer of the Croucher Summer Course in 2014. This course focuses on the theme of Advances in Immunology in Health and Disease. This 6-day residential course aims for talented postgraduate students, postdoctoral fellows and early career researchers to deepen the fundamental knowledge in immunology and to understand the immunological aspects of major diseases. This course is limited to a maximum of 35 participants who will have the opportunities to learn and interact with world-renowned international scientists and local scientists through seminars and interactive discussion sessions.|
Prof. Zhiwei Chen, Director of HKU - AIDS Institute, was invited to deliver a lecture on
"Vaccine Innovation on HIV/AIDS" at program on Computational and Experimental Immunology.
Venue: Room 1038, 1/F, Lo Ka Chung Building, Lee shau Kee Campus, The Hong Kong University of Science & Teachnology
July 14 - 26, 2013
Dr. Zhiwei Chen was invited to be one of the planning Directors and Lecturer for the 10th HKU-Pasteur Virology Course for Research Postgraduate Students, talk titled "Vaccine Strategies". The course gathered 28 young and talented students from 11 countries and 18 distinguished lecturers in HIV/AIDS field from 9 countries, including Novel Laureate Professor Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, Bette Korber, Cecilia Cheng-Mayer, Robin Shattock, Mark Marsh, Sharon Lewin, etc.
December 14, 2012
AIDS Institute contributes to Frontiers in Biomedical Research, HKU2012. Our Director Dr. Zhiwei Chen gave an invited speech on Novel Strategies of AIDS Vaccine Research
in the section of "Infection and Immunology". He also chaired the section of "Key sessions for Best Research Output Awardees".
November 22, 2010
Dr Zhiwei Chen, Director of HKU - AIDS Institute, was invited to co-chair a session of the meeting and to deliver a lecture on
"The development of an AIDS mucosal vaccine" at the Scientific Meeting of the Institut Pasteur International Network.
December 4, 2009
Dr Zhiwei Chen, Director of HKU - AIDS Institute, was invited to deliver a lecture on
"The Ongoing Research of An Effective AIDS Vaccine" at symposium 2008.
February 21, 2009
Dr Zhiwei Chen, Director of HKU - AIDS Institute, participated in the Forum as an invited speaker. Together with scientists from different institutions
including the China CDC, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Peking University and Tsinghua University,
Dr Chen has also become a member of the newly established "Alliance for China AIDS Vaccine".
December 18, 2008
Dr Zhiwei Chen, Director of HKU - AIDS Institute, was invited to deliver a seminar entitled "25 Years of Research on HIV/AIDS".
Dr Zhiwei Chen, Director of HKU - AIDS Institute, was invited to deliver a lecture on "HIV/AIDS Research: Challenges and Opportunities"
at the Summer Science Institute 2008.
July 14, 2008
Dr Zhiwei Chen, Director of HKU - AIDS Institute, was invited to deliver a lecture on "HIV and Cencer" at the Course.
27 October 2014
Date: October 27, 2014 Monday Time: 20:00-21:00
Venue: LKF Main Hall (G/F), Morrison Hall, the University of Hong Kong
Professor Zhiwei Chen was invited as a distinguished expert on infectious disease, to give a speech on these two deadly diseases Ebola and AIDS In the Morrison Talk.
BBMS3005 - Infection and Immunity
The Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences (BBiomedSc) programme was introduced in the academic year 2012-13. It is a four-year full-time credit-based programme leading to the award of a degree in biomedical sciences
Aug. 1-5, 2019
Nov. 5, 2016
AIDS stands for "acquired immunodeficiency syndrome."
A syndrome is a cluster of medical conditions. AIDS is caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which weakens the body's immune system.