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HKU ResearcherPage: Cheung, C
 
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Dr Cheung, Charlton
張朝敦
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  • Research Assistant Professor
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Dr Cheung, Charlton
張朝敦
Title
  • Research Assistant Professor
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 Biography

Research Interests:

Methodological innovations in imaging

A substantial part of my research is to develop new methods in neuroimaging analysis, to optimize the utilization of information in images. All of the kernels are in Matlab.

Developed

  • Tensor map assisted tissue classification --applied to Cheung C (2009); Cheung V (2008);

  • 2-D non-linear image registration for mouse DTI --applied to Li & Cheung (2010);

  • Automatic eye segmentation from T1 head scans;

Under development

  • Automatic dissection of human lateral and third ventricle;

  • Brain extraction for mouse;

  • Optical nerve angle measurement (manuscript in preparation);

  • Clinical diagnoses and treatment outcome prediction using SVM (GRF grant application 2011- co-investigator);

Meta-analysis

  • Anatomical Likelihood Estimation (ALE) is one of the new ways of MRI meta-analysis. However, generic ALE did not accommodate the effect of sample size. I successfully implemented a version of ALE to include weighting of sample size per each study. (Cheung C, 2010; Yu & Cheung, 2010; Leung & Cheung, 2009)

Animal research

  • My knowledge in human data was successfully translated into novel tools for automatic analysis of mouse T2 and DTI. (Li & Cheung 2009; Li & Cheung 2010)

 
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