Tiffany So received her medical degree from the University of Melbourne, Australia and completed internship and basic training at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. She completed Radiology training at Alfred Health in Melbourne, training in diagnostic radiology with subspecialty training rotations in trauma imaging, neuroradiology, thoracic and lung transplant imaging and body imaging. Dr So is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists and a registered specialist in Diagnostic Radiology in Australia, New Zealand, and Hong Kong. She has a particular interest in neuroimaging including stroke and cerebrovascular imaging, multiple sclerosis and CNS demyelinating disease, imaging of brain inflammation and infection, imaging of traumatic head injury and head and neck imaging. Her research interests also include artificial intelligence (AI) and medical image analysis for image-based detection and diagnosis of disease, development of medical healthcare technologies, and AI in education. She has completed a Master of Medicine in Radiology, with her work focusing on traumatic injuries to the dural venous sinuses.
In 2018, Dr So joined The Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is currently actively involved in undergraduate teaching and postgraduate radiology resident training. She is a diagnostic radiologist at the Department of Imaging and Interventional Radiology at the Prince of Wales Hospital, New Territories East Cluster involved in the Hospital Authority clinical service, and part of the neuroradiology team providing diagnostic neuroimaging services to patients at the New Territories East Cluster.
Dr So is a member of the European Society of Radiology, Radiological Society of North America, The Australian and New Zealand Society of Neuroradiology, American Roentgen Ray Society, and The Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention Society.