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Prof. Terence T W WONG

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Research Area

Bioengineering - Bioengineering, Biomedical Engineering, Biomedical Imaging

Research Interests

Photoacoustic microscopy, photoacoustic computed tomography, ultrafast real-time spectroscopy and microscopy

Current Research Activities

Photoacoustic imaging for biomedical applications, including (i) label-free and high-speed histology-like imaging for surgical margin analysis, (ii) label-free multi-biomolecule imaging of whole organs, and (iii) low-cost deep tissue imaging. Ultrafast real-time spectroscopy and microscopy for high-throughput cell screening applications for early cancer detection.

Teaching Assignments

2018-19 Fall: BIEN5040 - Introduction to Bioengineering Research
2018-19 Fall: CENG4913 - Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Project
2018-19 Spring: CENG4913 - Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Project
2018-19 Spring: BIEN1010 - Introduction to Biomedical Engineering

Recent Publications

  • Qu, Y.; Li, L.; Shen, Y.; Wei, X.; Wong, Tsz Wai; Hu, P.; Yao, J.; Maslov, K.; Wang, L.V. "Dichroism-sensitive Photoacoustic Computed Tomography", Optica, v. 5, (4), 2018, p. 495-501 (2018)
  • Cai, De; Wong, Tsz Wai; Zhu, Liren; Shi, Junhui; Chen, Sung-Liang; Wang, Lihong V. "Dual-view photoacoustic microscopy for quantitative cell nuclear imaging", Optics Letters, v. 43, (20), October 2018, p. 4875-4878 (2018)
  • Imai, T.; Shi, J.; Wong, Tsz Wai; Li, L.; Zhu, L.; Wang, L.V. "High-throughput Ultraviolet Photoacoustic Microscopy With Multifocal Excitation", Journal of Biomedical Optics, v. 23, (3), March 2018, article number 036007 (2018)
  • Liu, X.; Wong, Tsz Wai; Shi, J.; Ma, J.; Yang, Q.; Wang, L.V. "Label-free Cell Nuclear Imaging by Grüneisen Relaxation Photoacoustic Microscopy", Optics Letters, v. 43, (4), February 2018, p. 947-950 (2018)
  • Wong, Tsz Wai; Zhang, R.; Hai, P.; Aft, R.L.; Novack, D.V.; Wang, L.V. "Photoacoustic Microscopy Enables Multilayered Histological Imaging of Human Breast Cancer Without Staining", Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging - Proceedings of SPIE, v. 10494, 2018, article number 1049443 (2018)

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