We develop novel tools to study and diagnose tissue and cells, covering the full range from lab to patient. Toward this goal, we develop and employ linear light scattering techniques (optical coherence tomography and digital holography), nonlinear microscopy (higher harmonic generation microscopy, Raman microscopy), wavefront shaping and compressive sensing technology and develop novel catheters, endoscopes, and sensors based on photonic integrated circuits. For image reconstruction and automated image analysis, we develop tools and algorithms based on machine learning.
Biophotonics & Medical Imaging
The Biophotonics and Medical Imaging section is a collective of PI’s who work at the forefront of photonics technology to translate the newest insights from physics to the clinic, to improve healthcare and life science research.
About the research section Biophotonics & Medical Imaging
Meet the people and learn more about the subjects of the Biophotonics & Medical Imaging research section of the Department of Physics and Astronomy in the video.
Do you want to know more?
Feel free to contact us.