I was born and raised in suburban Montréal, in a Chinese household with my parents and older brother. Enjoying meals with my family was sacred. I grew up experiencing snowy winters and short (but hot) summers with friends and family.
Knowing that your efforts have a direct impact on health outcomes is pretty special. I’m motivated by working with like-minded people who share both the passion and compassion to get the job done.
I love running and cooking. One often leads to the other.
Anthony obtained a PhD in Industrial Engineering (Human Factors) from University of Toronto in November 2013. He also holds a MASc in Industrial Engineering from University of Toronto and a BASc in Electrical Engineering from University of Ottawa.
Anthony brings a wealth of work and research experience in Human Factors engineering design and evaluation, in a variety of domains. His work includes displays for improving hand-eye coordination in laparoscopic surgery, enhancing a driver’s wayfinding ability in a lunar rover, and aiding visual search in aerial search and rescue tasks. Anthony’s experience has also brought him into the classroom, as he has instructed a fourth year and graduate level course at University of Toronto entitled Engineering Psychology and Human Performance.