Teng Grace Zhang
Coordinator of Translational Research
Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Medicine School, the University of Hong Kong.
Dr Teng Grace Zhang is a biomedical engineer with a medical background. Most of Grace’s research combines both disciplines by focusing on the modelling of biological systems with direct clinical applications including telemedicine, auto-diagnosis, surgical planning and tracking to facilitate real-time feedback with minimal radiations.
Currently, Grace is a Research Assistant Professor, at the Digital Health Laboratory of the CLinical Medicine School, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong (HKU). Previously, Grace has worked for nearly seven years as a Scientific Officer at the St George Clinical School of the University of New South Wales (UNSW, Sydney, Australia). All Grace’s tertiary education including her PhD (Australian Postgraduate Award) was completed at UNSW. Grace also has experience in running multiple instruments and drug trials funded by Medtronic and Sigma. She’s experienced in managing a new system developed as she worked in Kunovus Australia for two years as a system engineer prior to coming to the University of Hong Kong. Members of IEEE, EMBS, ABEC etc. The current ongoing projects include ITS/404/18 for digital spine health, AOSpine for automated spine malalignment screening, MRP/038/20X for non-radiation AI diagnosis and ITS/329/19 for anti-migration bone screws.