Quantitative phase imaging of cell disorder receives media attention
One of our lab's recent research papers has caught the notice of the press. An article in New Atlas highlights the findings of a Biophysical Journal paper, published by Ph.D. student Will Eldridge and Professor Wax along with co-authors Zach Steelman and Brianna Loomis. This work describes how the stiffness of cells, which is a key metric in the study of cell function, can be measured in a novel way: by sensing the level of disorder within the cell using Quantitative Phase Microscopy.
MS Student Jawad Hoballah Receives Inaugural Fellowship
Congratulations to Jawad Hoballah! Jawad was one of 11 Duke BME Master's students to receive the newly created Student Research Fellowship.
We bid farewell to Jason
After three years at the BIOS laboratory, we say goodbye to Jason...
BIOS lab members attend OSA BIOMED congress
The OSA BIOMED congress in Hollywood, FL was great fun.
Presentations by our group included:
Clinical Detection of Cervical Dysplasia Using Angle-resolved Low Coherence Interferometry by Derek Ho
Guidance of Angle-resolved Low Coherence Interferometry Using Co-located Optical Coherence Tomography on Rat Esophageal Tissue by Sanghoon Kim
Toward the Assessment of Blood Oxygenation Using Multispectral Multiple Scattering Low Coherence Interferometry by Yang Zhao
BIOS lab work featured at Photonics.com
BIOS lab work by Jason Maher and Yang Zhao featured on Photonics.com
Recent papers on OCT & Raman spectroscopy and on spectroscopic OCT for characterizing burns
Adam Wax gives the Modern Optics and Spectroscopy Seminar at MIT
October 13, 2015
Nanoscale Imaging and Sensing of Live Cells
Derek Ho presents a/LCI cervix results at SPIE/NIH Biophotonics from Bench to Bedside conference
September 24-25, 2015
Angle-resolved low coherence interferometry for the detection of cervical dysplasia in vivo