The donation will be used to support the development of Chinese Medicine. On behalf of the University, Professor Roland Chin (third from right) thanks Ms Alice Woo (third from left) for the Foundation’s support.


浸大將款項用於提高中藥療效的合作研究項目。校長錢大康教授(右三)代表大學感謝吳南燕女士(左三)與基金會的支持。

Date: 23 Apr 2018 (Monday)

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HKBU receives HK$2.3 million in support of Chinese Medicine development

浸大喜獲230萬元支持中藥發展

HKBU received a generous donation of HK$2.3 million from the Vincent and Lily Woo Foundation in support of a collaborative research project by the HKBU School of Chinese Medicine and Cornell University. The project is entitled “East Meets West: A Revolutionised Nanotechnology Approach to Modernise the Delivery of Chinese Medicine for Vast Improved Cancer Therapeutic Efficacy”.

In recognition of the donor’s generosity, a ceremony officiated by Ms Alice Woo, Founder of the Vincent and Lily Woo Foundation, and Professor Roland Chin, President and Vice-Chancellor of HKBU, was held on 20 April.

HKBU representatives attending the ceremony included Professor Bian Zhaoxiang, Associate Vice-President (Chinese Medicine Development) and Director of the Clinical Division of the School of Chinese Medicine; Mr Yeung Chee-kong, Associate Vice-President (Engagement); Professor Lyu Aiping, Dean of Chinese Medicine, and Mrs Lily Chan, Secretary-General of the HKBU Foundation.

浸大喜獲吳文政.王月娥基金會慷慨捐資港幣230萬元,支持中醫藥學院與康奈爾大學合作研究「中西結合:利用創新納米技術提高中藥療效」項目。

大學於4月20日舉行儀式鳴謝基金會的慷慨支持,由該基金會主席吳南燕女士和浸大校長錢大康教授主禮。

出席儀式的浸大代表包括協理副校長(中醫藥發展)兼中醫藥學院臨床部主任卞兆祥教授、協理副校長(外務)楊志剛先生、中醫藥學院院長呂愛平教授,以及香港浸會大學基金秘書長陳鄭惠蘭女士。