Biomedical Optics Lab


The Biomedical Optics Lab develops optical spectroscopy/imaging for quantification of blood flow, oxygenation and oxygen metabolism in normal and diseased tissues of animals and humans. The motivation is to explore the feasibility of optical-electronic instruments for noninvasive diagnosis of various diseases and longitudinal monitoring of therapies. The goal is to create a biomedical optics research and teaching program, which vertically integrates optics, electronics, engineering and clinical applications. Research interests include:

Technology Development and Biomedical Applications : List of Projects