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Carol Cheung PhD

Carol Y. Cheung PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

Dr. Carol Cheung is an Associate Professor at Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Dr Cheung’s main research interest is “imaging of the eye,” based on the concept that the eyes are the “window” to the human circulation and nervous systems. She has been working in the field of ocular imaging for more than 15 years in Hong Kong and in Singapore, focus on development and application of image analysis techniques and artificial intelligence for studying glaucoma, diabetic retinal disease and Alzheimer’s disease. She is now focused on translating her artificial intelligence-related research from “bench” to “bedside,” with an aim to enhance eye disease screening in primary care, and eye disease triaging in tertiary clinics, for timely eye disease management and treatment. Dr Cheung has authored more than 240 original research articles, 8 commentary or editorial articles and 25 review articles in SCI international indexed peer reviewed journals, and 14 book chapters. She has published several landmark papers on development of AI-based technologies in ocular imaging for detection of multiple eye diseases, and quantitative analysis for assessing normal tension glaucoma and diabetic microvascular diseases from optical coherence tomography angiography, with an H-index of 69 and citations > 15,900 (Google Scholar).


Dr. Cheung has no relevant disclosures.