Congratulations Bridget! Her next steps involve joining the Harvard HealthTech Fellowship.
See Natzem’s feature in the Cancer Center Newsletter here!
The lab recently received a grant from the Department of Defense (US Army) to develop advanced imaging techniques for esophageal cancer screening, specifically to reduce the disparities among outcomes for the Mexican-Hispanic population.
Excellent presentations by Kellys, Tom, and Julianne at the 10th annual BME Expo! Congratulations to Tom and Julianne for winning first place in the undergraduate and graduate categories! Check out the gallery for images of the event.
The proceedings and presentations from our presentations at Photonics West are now available in the SPIE Digital Library. Check them out – links are available on the publications page.
The laboratory and our recent grant to acquire a polarization-sensitive OCT system was featured in BIO5 news: https://bio5.org/news/bio5-funding-mechanisms-enable-catalytic-discovery
Congratulations to Natzem Lima for being selected for the Cancer Engineering Fellowship supported by the UA Cancer Center! His project will focus on developing new tools for esophageal cancer screening.
The lab was awarded a grant to acquire a new polarization-sensitive optical coherence tomography system! We’re excited to apply this new technology for cancer detection and imaging in the brain.
Congratulations to Justina, Tom, Bridget and Natzem – all four were selected to receive travel awards from SPIE for presenting their work at Photonics West!