Young Kim co-authors Non-ablative Fractional Thulium Laser Irradiation Suppresses Early Tumor Growth, Curr. Opt. Photon. 1, 51-59 (2017).
Young Kim, associate professor of biomedical engineering, is developing technology that could allow users to quickly determine the health of plants in the field and of fruits and vegetables in groceries through the translation of digital images on smartphones into virtual hyperspectral images.
Fang Huang, an assistant professor of biomedical research, is developing a next-generation “nanoscope” that promises to reveal dynamic mechanisms inside living cells.
Joseph Rispoli, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering and electrical and computer engineering, co-authored a publication in the Journal of Biomedical Graphics, Automated modification and fusion of voxel models to construct body phantoms with heterogeneous breast tissue: Application to MRI simulations.
Young Kim, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering, received a $110,000 grant from the U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research to support his work on silk-based fibers for biosensing and therapeutic platforms.


Incorporation of novel imaging approaches has improved diagnosis, characterization, and treatment of diseases. The imaging area is focused on developing techniques and applications in a broad variety of imaging domains, including microscopic, ultrasound, tomographic, and magnetic resonance imaging.

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