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Application of convergent principles and technologies of science and engineering to restore structure and function to injured, diseased and degenerated tissues and organs for the enhancement of quality of life through biomedical research and development.

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News and Events

18-23 June

  • iTERM Retreat Day 2018

    With a view to further exploring the opportunities for research collaborations between our members, ...

18-22 November

  • 2nd iTERM Lunchtime Seminar

    As the 2nd iTERM Lunchtime Seminar, Prof. Woody CHAN (School of Biomedical Sciences) and Prof. Huati...

17-05 September

  • Delegation Visit of Monash University

    Subsequent to the last visit paid by the delegation from our University in mid-Feb 2017, representat...

iTERM Faculties

Being prepared, well-equipped, so as to embrace each and every opportunity and challenge in the future.

Michael Jonas

Prof. KER, Dai Fei Elmer

Assistant Professor of the Institute for Tissue En...
Michael Jonas

Prof. LEE, Kuang Sheng Oscar

Professor of the Institute for Tissue Engineering ...
Michael Jonas

Prof. TUAN, Rocky S.

Vice-Chancellor / President of The Chinese Univers...
Michael Jonas

Prof. BLOCKI, Anna Maria

Assistant Professor of the Institute for Tissue En...

Education

There is a timely and justified need to establish an infrastructural component, the iTERM, building on existing excellence
and strengths in CUHK to make high impact advances in neuromusculoskeletal TE/RM...

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Education

Global outreach

There is a timely and justified need to establish an infrastructural component, the iTERM, building on existing excellence
and strengths in CUHK to make high impact advances in neuromusculoskeletal TE/RM...

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Global outreach

Publications

There is a timely and justified need to establish an infrastructural component, the iTERM, building on existing excellence
and strengths in CUHK to make high impact advances in neuromusculoskeletal TE/RM...

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There is a timely and justified need to establish an infrastructural component, the iTERM, building on existing excellence and strengths in CUHK to make high impact advances
in neuromusculoskeletal TE/RM.

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