Biomedical Imaging

Arbabian, Bowden, Butts Pauly, Chichilnisky, de la Zerda, Glover, Hargreaves, Hesselink, Khuri-Yakub, Lee, Levin, Liang, McConnell, Murmann, Napel, Nishimura, Pauly, Pelc, Poon, Soh, Solgaard, Spielman, Wandell, Wetzstein, Xing

Basic science questions, as well as clinical applications and translation in collaboration with investigators from the Stanford School of Medicine, are applied to a broad range of imaging technologies – from devices to systems to algorithms – for biomedical applications ranging from microscopy to whole-body diagnostic imaging and image-guided interventions. Examples include:

  • Optics,
  • Ultrasound,
  • Photoacoustic and thermoacoustic imaging systems,
  • Computed tomography (CT),
  • Positron emission tomography (PET),
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI),
  • Focused ultrasound surgery (FUS),
  • Differential 3-D Phase Contrast X-ray Imaging,
  • Image processing and understanding,
  • Electrophysiology and Imaging,
  • Computational microscopy.

11 results found.

Sort order
Filter By
Results
Gordon Wetzstein

Gordon Wetzstein Assistant Professor

Packard 236 (9510)
Website

Lin, Helen Administrator

Packard 217 (9510)
650-497-6217
helenlin@stanford.edu

Pages