Dr. Lun Wong graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and promptly joined the Department of Imaging and Interventional Radiology as a research assistant professor. He is a researcher specializing in artificial intelligence for clinical research. Dr. Lun Wong focuses on medical image processing and analysis, his expertise in deep learning algorithms and biostatistics has enabled him to derive valuable insights from complex medical data. By working closely with clinicians, Dr. Lun Wong has extensive experience in bridging the gap between technical knowledge and the clinical domain.
Dr. Lun Wong’s research interests mainly focuses on the design and investigation of artificial neural networks for radiology tasks, specifically in the area of head and neck cancer MRI imaging. Key areas of his research include:
- Early detection of nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) using MRI and artificial intelligence (AI)
- Developing automatic methods for discriminating between nasopharyngeal carcinoma and benign hyperplasia using AI techniques including convolutional neural networks using MRI.
- Radiomics analysis methods to characterize various head and neck disease on MRI and also lesions in the maxillary sinuses on cone-beam CT.