ECF Conference Grant for the 2nd International Conference on Biodiversity, Ecology and Conservation of Marine Ecosystems (BECoME 2022)

Environment and Conservation Fund {NEW}

$ 500,000 (or 70% of total running cost and whichever would be the less) ​

Feb 2021 - Feb 2022

Assess antibiotic resistome flows from pollution hot-spots to environments and explore the control strategies (as Co-PI, led by Tong Zhang) 

Theme-based Research Scheme, Research Grant Council {NEW}

$ 34,213,000 ​

Jan 2021 - Dec 2025

Pilot site trials of sustainable measures at seawalls within Victoria Harbour - Tsuen Wan promenade (as PI)

Development Bureau

$1,084,417

Dec 2019 - Feb 2023

Assessment of water quality of Tai Shui Hang River near WENT landfill (as PI) 

Environmental Protection Department

$596,000

Jan - Nov 2019 (Competed)

Development of options for a fisheries monitoring programme in Hong Kong (as Co-I, led by Paul K. S. Lam)

Agriculture Fisheries and Conservation Department 

$4,883,680

Aug 2019 - Dec 2021

Apelin receptor agonist – a novel oral therapeutic agent to treat Alzheimer’s disease (as Co-I, led by Roy Chun-laam NG)

Human and Medical Research Fund (HMRF)

$1,245,348 

Jul 2019 - Jun 2021 

SIRMS 2.0: Establishing Asia's premier stable isotope ratio mass spectrometry laboratory in Hong Kong (as Project Coordinator)
Collaborative Research Fund (C7050-18EF), Research Grants Council
$3,804,007 (Same amount of matching fund be provided by HKU)
Jun 2019 - May 2022

 

Second Pilot Trial of Eco-shoreline at the Taishan Receptor Site (as PI)
Civil Engineering and Development Department
$1,400,000
Jul 2018 - May 2020

 

Species identification and data analysis of epibenthic communities in Hong Kong marine waters (as PI)
Environmental Protection Department 
$218,000
Jul 2018 - Jun 2019 (Completed)

 

The 9th International Conference on Marine Pollution and Ecotoxicology (10-14 June 2019) (as PI)

Environment and Conservation Fund

$403,920 (Environment and Conservation Fund) 

$100,000 (Croucher Foundation, Hong Kong)

Jan - Dec 2019 (Completed)

Tung Chung New Town Extension (East) – Design and Construction (led by AECOM Asia Company Limited) (as Co-PI)
AECOM Asia Company Limited 
$230,000
Oct 2016 - Sep 2018 (Completed)

 

Site Trials of Eco-shoreline on Seawalls at Sai Kung, Lung Kwu Tan and Ma Liu Shui (as PI with Prof. C.S. Poon, Dr. Shimrit Perkol-Finkel, Mr. Michael Kokora, Mr. Vincent Lai, Dr. Edward Lau)
Civil Engineering and Development Department
$2,702,500
Feb 2018 - Dec 2021
 

Ecological risk assessment of retinoic acids in urbanized coastal marine ecosystems (as PI with Prof. Jae-Seong Lee, Dr. G.J. Zhou and Dr. Karen Chan)
General Research Fund for 2017/2018, Research Grants Council
$733,240
Sep 2017 - Feb 2021

 

Flipping the classroom to revitalize the biostatistics course: Enhancing teaching and learning effectiveness through e-learning (as PI with Drs. Edward Lau, Janet Chan and Mana Yung)
Teaching Development Grants of HKU
$248,768
Sep 2017 - Aug 2018 (Completed)
 

Conceptual scheme for full-scale implementation of eco-shoreline at Taishan Receptor Site (as PI with Mr. Vincent Lai, Dr. Edward Lau and Dr. Mana Yung)
Civil Engineering and Development Department
$150,000
May 2017 - Apr 2018 (Completed)

 

Assessing the marine biodiversity and ecology of Tolo Harbour and Channel, with particular reference to coastal marine environments of Ting Kok and Shuen Wan Hoi – Phase II (as Deputy PI, led by Prof. Gray A Williams)
Environment and Conservation Fund (ECF Project 2016-79)
$4,233,490
Apr 2017 - Sep 2018 (Completed)

 

Study of biodiversity and ecology of the marine environment adjacent to Castle Peak and Black Point Power Stations (as PI with Vincent Lai)

CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
$1,818,830
Mar 2017 - May 2018 (Completed)

 

Pilot trial of eco-shoreline at the Taishan Receptor Site (as PI with Vincent Lai)
Civil Engineering and Development Department
$980,000
Oct 2016 - Feb 2018 (Completed)

 

Fishing Surveys at (1) Hoi Ha Wan, Tung Ping Chau, Yan Chau Tong Marine Parks and Cape D’Aguilar Marine Reserve, and (2) Shar Chau & Lung Kwu Chau, Brothers, Southwest Lantau and Soko Islands Marine Parks (as Co-I, led by Vincent La)

Agriculture Fisheries and Conservation Department  

$1,350,000  

Sep 2016 - Aug 2018 (Completed)

 

Enhanced separation and sludge refinery for wastewater treatment - Solving the nexus of pollution control and resource recovery in mega cities (as Co-PI, led by Prof. X.Y. Li) 

Theme-based Research Scheme (TRS) for 2016/17, Research Grants Council (T21-711/16-R)

$32,000,000 [allocated 1,700,000]

Oct 2016 - Sep 2021
 

State Key Laboratory of Marine Pollution and Department of Chemistry 

City University of Hong Kong

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