I believe that the opportunities provided by the HKPFS at CUHK can help me achieve my goal of improving regenerative medicine.
Moldir Shyngys, a first-year PhD Biomedical Engineering student from Kazakhstan at CUHK, is researching nanomedicine and tissue regeneration within biomedical engineering. She also studied her undergraduate degree at CUHK.
“Since my undergraduate studies, I have already enjoyed the diverse academic and campus life at CUHK. I actively participated outside the classroom by joining various student communities and had fun connecting with people from different cultural backgrounds. Among the fondest memories of my student life at CUHK is the Central Asian Cultural Week. With the university’s help, we could share our culture by organising cultural workshops and celebrating the Turkic New Year, Nauryz, with CUHK students and staff,” says Shyngys. “All these experiences contributed to my whole-person development and ignited my enthusiasm to learn more about the surrounding world.”
“I hope that studying at CUHK as an HKPFS awardee will help me fulfil my research potential and facilitate my scientific career development. CUHK has numerous international collaborations – among them is a joint research project with a medical university in Sweden, which I have joined under my supervisor's team,” Shyngys says. “I believe that the opportunities provided by the HKPFS at CUHK can help me achieve my goal of improving regenerative medicine.”