Bio-Imaging

Biomedical imaging deals with capturing images for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. Light (endoscopy, OCT), X-rays (CT scans), magnetism (MRI), radioactive pharmaceuticals (nuclear medicine: SPECT, PET) or sound (ultrasound) are the devices used to take snapshot of the current pathological condition of an organ or tissue. The need for biopsy has been eliminated with advent of optical molecular imaging technologies. Biomedical image processing includes the investigation, improvement and presentation of images captured via various imaging technologies.

  • Molecular biophysics
  • Fluoroscence imaging
  • Flow cytometry
  • Biomedical imaging modalities and data acquisition
  • Image reconstruction
  • Bio-robotics

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