University of Waterloo

Chi-en (Amy) Tai


Amy Tai is a Master of Applied Science student in the Vision and Image Processing Lab at the University of Waterloo. She is in the Systems Design Engineering program and supervised by Professor Alexander Wong. Her research focuses on cancer diagnosis and prognosis using medical imaging and computer vision. Previously, she completed her Bachelor of Applied Science in Management Engineering at the University of Waterloo. Outside of research, she enjoys hiking, travelling, rock climbing, playing squash, and swimming.


Alexander Wong
Research interests
Amy’s research areas include medical image analysis, personalized nutrition intervention for the aging population, and improved rendering of 3D models. As a collaborator on the Cancer-Net and NutritionVerse initiatives, she is focused on providing open-sourced datasets and pre-trained models for the task of cancer diagnosis and prognosis, and nutritional intake estimation, respectively. In general, Amy is interested in medical research that leverages technological advancements to improve healthcare for all.
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