Biomedical Engineering

Biophotonics and Bioimaging Seminar Series

Applying technological advances or physical insights to achieve fundamental advances in biology and medicine requires close collaboration between researchers in engineering, physical, life and medical sciences. Based on this premise, the Biophotonics and Bioimaging seminar series will bring together researchers from across the Davis and Sacramento campuses. Distinguished speakers will be chosen from diverse fields of engineering and imaging physics, optical spectroscopy, tissue optics, diagnostic and clinical medicine, translational medicine, and basic biology. Through lunches and Q&A sessions with the speakers, the series will provide comprehensive training and networking opportunities to students and researchers from all departments across the Davis Campus and Medical Center. Moreover the seminar series will provide an interdisciplinary forum for researchers to bridge across fields and achieve important breakthroughs.

Areas covered:

  • Microscopy and nanoscopy
  • Pre-clinical and translational optical spectroscopy and imaging
  • Clinical diagnostics
  • Sensors and probes
  • Photomedicine

Location:

GBSF Auditorium 4202

(unless otherwise notified)

Who should attend:

  • Scientific innovators in biophotonics and imaging
  • Users or prospective users of biomedical optical technologies
  • Students and post-docs with interests in the area of biophotonics or imaging
  • Industry researchers and developers of biophotonic technologies

Contact:

Vivek J. Srinivasan (vjsriniv@ucdavis.edu)

Laura Marcu (lmarcu@ucdavis.edu)

Sponsors / Affiliates:

Date Name Affiliation Event Information
01/20/16 gregory-faris-310x226_3 (1)Gregory Faris Program Manager, Optical Systems, Discovery Technologies Biomedical Optics: In Vivo Imaging & Microfluidics
02/12/16 Immagine 001 Francesco Pavone Professor, University of Florence European Laboratory for Non Linear Spectroscopy (LENS) Multimodal Biophotonics of Tissues
03/02/16 6ce06862-1d8d-476b-af73-7c01391cd386 Bruce Tromberg
Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Surgery
School of Medicine
 
Director, Laser Microbeam and Medical Program
Beckman Laser Institute
UC Irvine
Biophotonics and the Future of Personal Health Care
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