We developed photoacoustic tomography to peer deep into biological tissue. Photoacoustic tomography (PAT) provides in vivo omniscale functional, metabolic, molecular, and histologic imaging across the scales of organelles through organisms. We also developed compressed ultrafast photography (CUP) to record 10 trillion frames per second in real time, orders of magnitude faster than commercially available camera technologies. CUP can capture the fastest phenomenon in the universe, namely, light propagation, at light speed and can be slowed down for slower phenomena such as combustion.
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Bio: Lihong Wang is Bren Professor of Medical and Electrical Engineering at Caltech. Published 550 journal articles (h-index = 138, citations = 80,000). Delivered 540 keynote/plenary/invited talks. Published the first functional photoacoustic CT, 3D photoacoustic microscopy, and compressed ultrafast photography (world's fastest camera). Served as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Biomedical Optics. Received the Goodman Book Award, NIH Director's Pioneer Award, OSA Mees Medal, IEEE Technical Achievement and Biomedical Engineering Awards, SPIE Chance Biomedical Optics Award, IPPA Senior Prize, OSA Feld Biophotonics Award, and an honorary doctorate from Lund University, Sweden. Inducted into the National Academy of Engineering.