The Biophotonics Sensing and Imaging Laboratory investigates advanced biophotonics technologies with a focus on optical coherence tomography (OCT). We have in-house capabilities to develop novel optical imaging systems for a variety of applications, including the design of optical imaging systems, optical component alignment, algorithm development and real-time signal processing. In one of our funded research projects, we investigate dual-modality OCT imaging that performs structural and mechanical characterization of breast tissue to achieve higher accuracy in breast cancer diagnoses. We also collaborate with industrial partners to develop OCT sensor-guided surgical instruments and an ultrafast 3D imaging technology.
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