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New imaging technologies are providing the ability to interrogate and manipulate living biological specimens dynamically to yield information at the molecular, cellular, and tissue levels. We believe these techniques will dramatically advance minimally invasive optical technologies and the biological questions and medical problems they are being used to address. Our department focuses on interdisciplinary research for disease detection. The emphasis is to integrate new advances in imaging science, molecular markers of disease, and novel contrast agents for translational research.

Area Faculty

Adela Ben-Yakar
Adam Bush
Edward Castillo
Andrew Dunn

Sapun Parekh
Tyrone Porter
Chris Rylander
H. Grady Rylander
Samantha Santacruz
James Tunnell
Evan Wang
Thomas Yankeelov
Tim Yeh
Bo Zhao

BME faculty and GSC members in Biomedical Imaging and Instrumentation

Related Coursework

  • Bioelectric Phenomena
  • Biosensors & Biochips
  • Biosignal Analysis
  • Laser-Tissue Interaction
  • Nanotechnology & BioMEMS
  • Optical Spectroscopy
  • Therapeutic Heating
  • 3D Molecular Tracking
  • Super-resolution Imaging