报告人：Dr FRANCISCO E. ROBLES Assistant Professor Department of Biomedical Engineering Adjunct professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University
Here I will discuss my lab’s recent efforts to enable low-cost and highly sensitive molecular imaging using multispectral UV microscopy. Its surprising application to hematology and pathology will be described. In addition, I will present quantitative oblique back-illumination microscopy (qOBM), which enables epi-illumination tomographic quantitative phase imaging in thick scattering samples. qOBM’s unique ability to image thick samples quantitatively, with high image quality, high speed, low-cost and ease-of-use marks a substantial improvement from other 3D imaging technologies. I will describe qOBM in detail, show results from thick samples including blood in storage bags, intact whole mouse brains and organoids, and discuss future directions.
Dr Francisco E Robles represents a future leader in the biophotonics. His research interests focus on Biophotonics, microscopy, spectroscopy, interferometry, holography, molecular imaging, non-linear optics. He focuses on developing and applying label-free linear and nonlinear optical methods, along with advanced signal processing methods, to gain access to novel forms of functional and molecular contrast for a variety of biomedical applications.