During wound repairing, the excessive extracellular matrix formation and deposition of scar tissues will result in raised scars such as hypertrophic scar and keloid scar. This will create aesthetic concern, restrict physical movement and may also lead to itching, tenderness, pain or even depression and anxiety. The present technology and its products could prevent the formation of raised scar.
Aspiring to be a leading, research-led, liberal arts University in Asia, Hong Kong Baptist University is committed to conducting world-leading investigations that extends the frontiers of knowledge, tackles global challenges and benefits the community at home and abroad.
Pursuing research excellence is one of the priorities of the University’s Institutional Strategic Plan 2018-2028. The University keeps enhancing its capacity and strength to produce world-class research with an aim to bring significant impact to the society.