BME seminar: Development and applications of 3D mesoscopic optical imaging technologies

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Date: November 7, 2022
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Location: Biomedical Engineering # 2220 | Map
Category: Seminar

Speaker: Qinggong Tang, PhD

Abstract

Optical imaging methods have become powerful tools in biomedical research since they can achieve both high spatial and temporal resolutions. However, most of the current optical imaging setups are either focused on microscopic (e.g., ~ 1 µm in spatial resolution and < 0.5 mm in penetration depth) or macroscopic (e.g., ~ 1000 µm in resolution and ~ 10 mm in depth) scales. There is an unmet need for mesoscopic imaging methods, which can visualize samples that are too deep for the microscopic methods to image (e.g., > 0.5 mm in depth), and too small for the macroscopic methods to resolve (e.g.,

In-person or virtual

In-Person: Biomedical Engineering Room 2220

Zoom: https://wayne-edu.zoom.us/j/91532814691?pwd=aGJtZnJrYXdBYW5WT1hZbDlqV3hoUT09

Meeting ID: 915 3281 4691
Passcode: 835156

Appetizers and beverages will be available

Contact

Jitao Zhang

zhang4@wayne.edu

Cost

Free
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