Prince Ebenezer Adjei is an Engineer and a lecturer in the department of computer engineering, KNUST. He is the head of the biomedical division for connected devices (CoDe) Lab, a research lab within the department of computer engineering. He had his BSc in Biomedical Engineering, MSc in Biometrics from Paris 12 Val de Marne University, Paris and MPhil in Computer Engineering from KNUST. Professionally, Prince has undertaken consultancy services for the purchase, installation and maintenance of several types of medical equipment including for ICU and ophthalmology applications. Prince has trained several clinicians in the use of oxygen therapy equipment, surgical microscopes and therapeutic lasers.
He is interested in research covering artificial intelligence; specifically in machine learning and deep learning applications in ophthalmology, and recently in gastroenterology. He has researched outputs and presentations at both local and international conferences. Prince has taught several undergraduate courses from 2016 - 2019. Currently, he is completing his PhD at the University of Electronic Science and Technology in China. His current research interest is about the utility of synthetic data in the context of deep learning for prognostication, diagnosis and therapy of colon cancer.