Our objective is to fuse biomedicine and optics by using novel optical
tools to tackle diagnostic and measurement problems in biomedicine.
Optical methods are well known for their high resolution (micrometer),
and high sensitivity (~ nanometer or less). Taking advantage
of the coherence nature of light and a wide range of light-matter
interactions including fluorescence, Raman, and non-linear light
generation, optical systems provide various non-invasive, non-destructive
tools for biomedical research and clinical applications.
The major effort of this laboratory can be roughly divided into
the following categories:
Fourier Ptychographic Microscopy (FPM)
ePetri Dish Project
Optofluidic Microscopy (OFM)
Wide Field of View Microscopy (WFOV)
Turbidity Suppression by Optical Phase Conjugation (TSOPC)
Coherence Domain Probing System