The BIOS Lab Returns To Annual SPIE Photonics West

January 31, 2022

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The BIOS Lab visits SPIE Photonics West in iconic downtown San Francisco. (Top Left) Haoran Zhang presents an invited talk discussing recent advancements in clinical a/LCI technologies. (Top Center) View of Nob Hill and the Marina from Coit Tower. (Top Right) Dr. Adam Wax and Evan Jelly. (Center) Outside the Moscone Center hosting 2022 Photonics West. (Bottom Left) Annual alumni dinner. (Bottom Right) Dr. Wax’s view from famous Lombard Street.

Last week the BIOS Lab traveled to San Francisco to participate in SPIE Photonics West - one of the world's largest annual meetings showcasing advances in research and technology related to all things photonics.   We were proud to attend this year's conference as it was an amazing display of the adaptability and dedication of both the optics community and SPIE organizers to provide a safe and constructive event with over twelve thousand attendees participating from around the world.

2022 Presentations by our group included:

Handheld deep-imaging instrumentation for dual-axis optical coherence tomography - Evan Jelly et. al.

In vivo Detection of esophageal dysplasia using a/LCI light scattering with OCT image guidance - Haoran Zhang et. al.

Spectroscopic characterization of human colorectal adenoma using optical coherence tomography - Wesley Kendall et. al.

Cell disorder strength and cellular stiffness analysis across quantitative phase imaging systems - Cindy Chen et. al.