In the symposium, Prof Grace Wong Lai Hung (Department of Medicine and Therapeutics), Prof Martin Wong Chi Sang (JC School of Public Health and Primary Care), Dr Matthew Wong Lun (Department of Imaging and Interventional Radiology) and Prof Marc Chong Ka Chun (JC School of Public Health and Primary Care) shared their inspiring thoughts and experiences of capitalising on the clinical data supported by HADCL for their research agendas.
Facilitated by Prof Benny Zee Chung Ying (OKRTS), the panel discussion joined by the four speakers and Prof Tiffany So (Department of Imaging and Interventional Radiology) sparked an intellectual and meaningful dialogue for the better use of health data for multidisciplinary research and the ways it leads to collaborations and grant opportunities.
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Prof Martin Wong gave his presentation on "Collaboration between Physicians and Data Scientists in Utilizing HA Health data: An Experience Sharing" (Photo: ORKTS)
Prof Grace Wong gave her presentation on "Machine Learning for Liver Cancer Prediction with Data from HADCL" (Photo: ORKTS)
Dr Matthew Wong gave his presentation on "Artificial Intelligence in MRI Radiology: Interaction between Data and Model Reliability" (Photo: ORKTS)
Prof Marc Chong gave his presentation on "Utilizing Hospital Authority Shared Data to Explore a Hypothesis for Grant Application: An Experience Sharing" (Photo: ORKTS)
Panel Discussion (Photo: ORKTS)
Prof Tiffany So shared her thoughts on the opportunities of technology for radiology (Photo: ORKTS)
Mr Dennis Lee, Senior Systems Managers of HADCL, offered supplementary notes regarding HADCL platforms (Photo: ORKTS)
The panel discussion also opened the floor for the participants (Photo: ORKTS)
The lively response from the participants (Photo: ORKTS)
(From left to right) Prof Tiffany So, Prof Martin Wong, Dr Matthew Wong, Prof Benny Zee, Mr Dennis Lee, Prof Marc Chong, Dr Ken Yeung (Photo: ORKTS)