Spatial Frequency Domain Imaging, Wide Field Functional Imaging, Quantitative Near-Infrared Spectroscopy of Superficial Tissues, Chemometrics, Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Quantitative Spectral Imaging
My research program focuses on development and application of quantitative, in-vivo optical spectroscopy and imaging techniques that can be used to non-invasively access functional and structural information in superficial tissue volumes. The emphasis of my research is on the development of quantitative near infrared spectroscopy and Spatial Frequency Domain (SFD) imaging (also referred to as Modulated Imaging: MI) and application of these approaches to clinically compelling problems.
Effects of motion on optical properties in the spatial frequency domain.
Method for depth-resolved quantitation of optical properties in layered media using spatially modulated quantitative spectroscopy
Postoperative Quantitative Assessment of Reconstructive Tissue Status in a Cutaneous Flap Model Using Spatial Frequency Domain Imaging
Quantitative fluorescence imaging of protoporphyrin IX through determination of tissue optical properties in the spatial frequency domain
Spatial frequency domain imaging of port wine stain biochemical composition in response to laser therapy A pilot study