We work at the interface of engineering, biology and medicine to devise novel tools for high performance functional and molecular imaging. The focus is on tools that can broadly impact pre-clinical research and clinical practice by delivering information presently not attainable with existing state-of-the-art imaging modalities. We contribute to the creation of these new technologies in several diverse ways, from the establishment of solid theoretical background, inverse methods, and instrumentation to the development of in-vivo imaging methodologies and contrast enhancement approaches. We are also actively engaged in clinical trials involving the newly-developed imaging technology. Examples of projects include development of volumetric real-time tomography systems for pre-clinical molecular imaging, ultrafast microscopy for large-scale recording of deep brain activity, handheld clinical diagnostics systems.
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Selected Recent News
January 2017 Nature Methods highlights our new SVOT method
December 2016 3Sat TV channel features our neuroimaging research
October 2016 Amy Lin wins FLIR prize for best poster presentation
January 2016 Razansky is awarded his third ERC grant
October 2015 US National Institutes of Health fund our research