The Designated Emphasis in Biophotonics and Bioimaging has a monthly meeting where the entire community of biophotonics faculty, students and researchers can meet and discuss upcoming research in an informal, interactive setting. Each meeting is 2 hours in duration is dedicated to specific biophotonics topics, described below. These Biophotonics meetings encourage the dissemination of progress in the field and enable participants to gain a wider breadth of knowledge of the field in general.
|Meetings For 2017-2018|
|Nov. 9||Steve George
|“Organ-on-a-chip” technologies in an optically clear microfluidic device
Multimodal technology for non-destructive characterization of tissue engineered articular cartilage
|Dec. 14 9:00 AM GBSF 4202||Alba Alfonso-Garcia
|“Fluorescence lifetime in vascular tissue engineering”
“Delineation of breast tumor resection margins using fluorescence lifetime imaging”