University of Southern California
Affiliated Faculty and Consultants
Postdoctoral Fellows
Research Assistants and Graduate Students
Administrative Staff
Summer Undergraduate Students
IPILab Alumni

Tao Chan
, M.D.

Post-doctoral & Scholar
Image Processing and Informatics Lab

Ph.D candidate in Medical Imaging and Informatics
Department of Health Technology and Informatics
Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU)

Specialist in Radiology
Department of Radiology
Princess Margaret Hospital, Hong Kong

Honorary Clinical Associate
Department of Optometry and Radiography
Hong Kong Polytechnic Unversity


Dr. Chan is a practicing radiologist in HK, having received fellowship training in vascular and interventional radiology in Australia. He is also an honorary clinical associate of the HK PolyU, assisting in development of a public-private interface of teleradiology service.

Research Interests:

CAD, image analysis, medical imaging informatics


Peer Reviewed:

  • T Chan, KW Wong, KW Tsui, HY Lau, MC AuYeung. Breast Thickness and Lesion Depth Measurement Using Conventional Stereotactic Biopsy Systems. JHKCR Vol.6 No.1, 2003.

Conference Proceedings:

  • T Chan, FK Wong, CM Lee, KF Ma, MK Wong, LF Cheng. Use of Fat Suppressed Spoiled Gradient Echo Recalled Sequences in Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Spine. 11th Congress of Radiology Society of Chinese Medical Association (Nov 03).
  • T Chan, CY Lui, KF Tam, LK Chan, HS Lam. Pathological Significance of Radiologically Visible Microcalcifications in Stereotactic Guided Mammotome Biopsy. 11th Congress of Radiology Society of Chinese Medical Association (Nov 03).
  • FK Wong, T Chan, M Wong, TM Li. Radiologic Intervention for Dysfunctional Dialysis Arteriovenous Fistula or Graft - Pictorial Essay. HKCR 11 th ASM (Oct 03).
  • T Chan , KW Wong, KW Tsui, HY Lau, MC AuYeung.Practical Methods to Measure Breast Thickness in Conventional Stereotactic Add-on Erect Biopsy Systems. 62 nd Annual Scientific Meeting of Japan Radiological Society (Apr 03).
Copyright 2005-2013.  Image Processing and Informatics Lab, 1042 Downey Way. Denney Research Center (DRB) 264 Los Angeles, CA 90089-1111   Phone: 213.821.8395 Fax: 213.743.2962