Ophthalmology, predictive medicine, big data, new treatment, new technology
Professor Mingguang He is the Professor of Ophthalmic Epidemiology at the University of Melbourne. He undertook his medical training in China, holds a Masters degree in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, and PhD in ophthalmology at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London. Professor He is a global expert in vision-related clinical and epidemiologic research. He led several important population-based studies in China, including the first glaucoma survey and a large-scale twin study in China. He serves editorial board for several important journals, including Ophthalmology, PLoS One, Molecular Vision and APJO. He is currently the deputy secretary-general of Asia-Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology. His research interests include clinical and epidemiological research, randomized clinical trials, twin studies and imaging technology. His current research priority is big data, precision medicine and technology translational research.
Holmes Lecture Award, Asia Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology,
Fellow of the Royal Australasian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmology,
Available for supervision
Prof Mingguang He is running a number of well-funded projects in both Australia and China. PhD research projects are available in the following areas: 1). Medical Research Future Fund: Integration of retinal photography and artificial intelligence to build opportunistic screening service in general practice settings; 2). BUPA Health Foundation: Development of an automated web-based screening system for eye diseases; 3). Google Impact Challenge Grant: An eyesight self-assessment system for remote communities.