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DR. CHIU, Jill Man Ying
(招文瑛)

Associate Professor

(+852) 3411 7350
(+852) 3411 7350
RRS 823

Education

Ph.D. (HKUST)
B.Sc. (Hons.) (HKU)

RECENT RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY PROJECTS

Since 2011, Dr. Chiu has secured > HK$ 7 million external competitive funding from UGC in the capacity of PI.

  1. General Research Fund (Physical Sciences Panel, UGC, Hong Kong Government) 2016-19, Will the ubiquitous contaminant tris(1,3-dichloro-2-propyl) phosphate affect growth, development, feeding, reproduction and larval settlement in marine invertebrates? HK$ 540,842 (Principal Investigator)
  2. Early Career Scheme (Biology & Medicine Panel, UGC, Hong Kong Government) 2015-18, Will hypoxia and ocean acidification alter biofilms and hence disrupt their role as a signpost for marine larval settlement? HK$ 715,836 (including $50,000 ECS Grant) (Principal Investigator)
  3. Theme-Based Project on Teaching and Learning (UGC, Hong Kong Government) 2015-18, Nurturing Global Environmental Leadership, HK$ 3,982,770 (Principal Investigator)
  4. General Research Fund (Biology & Medicine Panel, UGC, Hong Kong Government) 2012-15, Assessing the effects of hypoxia on the structure and function of the microbial community in marine sediments by the metagenomics approach, HK$ 1,010,000 (Principal Investigator)
  5. General Research Fund (Biology & Medicine Panel, UGC, Hong Kong Government) 2011-14, Polybrominated diphenyl ethers: Bioaccumulation, maternal transfer and effects on Darwinian fitness traits in multi-generations of the marine gastropod Crepidula onyx, HK$ 871,240 (Principal Investigator)
  6. Seed Collaborative Research Fund (State Key Laboratory in Marine Pollution) 2014-17, Functional responses of marine ecosystem to hypoxia, HK$ 2,000,000 (Co-Investigator)
  7. Seed Collaborative Research Fund (State Key Laboratory in Marine Pollution) 2014-17, Transgenerational effects of hypoxia in fish and underlying mechanisms, HK$ 2,200,000 (Co-Investigator)
  8. Seed Collaborative Research Fund (State Key Laboratory in Marine Pollution) 2011-14, Assessing the impacts of organic and metal pollution on symbiotic microbial communities in marine corals and sponges by metagenomics and transcriptomics approaches, HK$ 900,000 (Co-Investigator)
  9. Area of Excellence Grant (Hong Kong Government) 2009-14, Impacts of emerging chemical contaminants on microbial community and larval settlement of marine invertebrates,: HK$ 44 million (Co-opt member)
  10. Environment and Conservation Fund (Hong Kong Government) 2009-11, Characterization of bacterial community associated with skeletal tissue growth anomalies in the coral Platygyra carnosus, HK$ 249,960 (Principal Investigator)