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Mar 7

Empathic imaging system design for improving cancer diagnosis and treatment planning

Shiva Abbaszadeh
Assistant Professor

Abstract: Positron emission tomography (PET) is a type of functional imaging that allows noninvasive study of metabolism, molecular interactions, and molecular pathways within the human body. Novel tracers are continuously being studied to target disease-specific biomarkers for more accurate... Read More

Mar 4

Integrated Sensors for Biomedical Applications

Efthymios Papageorgiou
Ph.D Candidate

Abstract: There are numerous challenges facing the medical community that can benefit from innovative microelectronic devices and systems. For instance, there is a large need for small-scale sensors that are either implantable or designed for intraoperative use. The design of these sensors requires... Read More

Feb 28

Bridging the Interface: Heterogeneous Integration for Bio-Integrated Microsystems

Jan-Kai Chang
Postdoctoral Research Associate

Abstract The anticipated emergence of electronic solutions to pressing clinical challenges multiplies the demand for broad types of materials and devices that lie beyond the capabilities of conventional monolithic integration technology. Advanced strategies in heterogeneous integration and... Read More

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