Among all clinical imaging modalities, optical imaging provides the highest resolution and contrast. A main research effort in our group is the study and development of optical imaging techniques that are useful for clinical applications, including minimally-invasive endoscopic techniques with minimal mechanical scanning, low coherence interferometric imaging, and reflectance confocal microscopy.

Spectrally encoded endoscopySpectrally encoded endoscopy
Endoscopes help medical procedures to be less invasive, thereby reducing the risk of complications as well as costs and recovery…
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Multi-channel spectrally encoded endoscopeMulti-channel spectrally encoded endoscope
In its current mode of implementation, SEE has several limiting factors which need to be addressed before its clinical promise…
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imaging-blood-flow/Imaging blood flow
Optical microscopy of blood cells in vivo provides a unique opportunity for clinicians and researchers to visualize the morphology…
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Adjusting field of view using dispersionAdjusting field of view using dispersion
Utilizing Fourier-domain interferometry, spectrally encoded endoscopy (SEE) was shown capable of video-rate three-dimensional imaging…
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