Eddie Y. K. Ng

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 0000-0002-5701-1080

User Biography : Prof E.Y.K. Ng E. Y. K. Ng obtained his Ph.D. degree from Cambridge University, UK. He has worked in the adjunctive breast cancer diagnosis research since 1995. The adjunct scientist in NUHS has a special interest on IR physics and technology, in particular on application of IR to biomedical sciences. As the coinventor of patent on multiple analytical software classifier programs to identify the different stages of breast cancer development using thermal data, he further explores the use of IR in the field of ophthalmology for early detection of health abnormality. He collaborates with the NHG Hospitals, in using the biofield diagnostic system as a better objective assessment tool for complimentary breast cancer detection. Ng has 230 SCI-IF journal articles, 80 conference papers and 11 books published including Cardiac Pumping and Perfusion Engineering, Imaging and Modelling of Human Eye, Distributed Diagnosis and Home Healthcare (Vols. 1 & 3), Performance Evaluation in Breast Imaging, Tumor Detection and Analysis, Compressor Instability with Integral Methods, Computational Analysis of Human Eye with Applications, Diagnostic Multimodality Breast Cancer Imaging, Human eye imaging and modeling, Image Analysis and Modeling in Opthalmology and Opthalmology Imaging and Applications (in-press). He has supervised many researchers (> 25 M.S. and 9 Ph.D.). Ng is the Editor-in-Chief for the two SCI Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology for dissemination of original research in all fields of mechanics in medicine and biology since 2000; and founding EiC for the Journal of Medical Imaging and Health Informatics (JMIHI); Strategy Assoc. EiC for World J. of Clinical Oncology; an Assoc. Editor of 8 referred journals and Guest Editor for few Journals. His main area of research is thermal imaging, human physiology, biomedical engineering, and computational fluid dynamics.

Biography Updated on 10 March 2014

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