Dr. Qian Wang is a leading researcher in the field of medical image analysis. His research dedicates to fuse machine learning and artificial intelligence into medical image computing and informatics, for the sake of smart diagnosis and prognosis, individualized therapy planning and tracking, and translational medical studies.
He has joined the faculty of School of Biomedical Engineering of ShanghaiTech University since summer 2021. Before that, he completed his BS/MS degrees of Electronic Engineering in Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU), and later PhD of Computer Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC). During 2013-2021, he founded and directed the Medical Image Computing (MIC) Lab in SJTU. He has published more than 150 peer-reviewed journal and conference papers. He is also the inventor of four patents, three of which are commercially licensed.
He is enthusiastic to serve the research community of medical imaging. He has participated in publishing four international conference proceedings, acted as editors to six academic journals, and servers as reviewers regularly to numerous funding agencies, journals and conferences. He is a co-founder to initiate the Medical Image Computing Seminar (MICS), which has developed into a major academic community of medical imaging in China since 2014.
He has supervised ~40 graduate students and professionals. Meanwhile, his lab is open to future candidates, who are expected to have talents, determination, and courage in their researches.