Using Schlieren optics to reduce photoacoustic microscopy reconstruction time to that of the camera frame rate will speed up medical imaging.
Barbara Smith joined Arizona State University’s School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering as an assistant faculty in January 2015. The Smith Laboratory focuses on developing novel photoacoustic imaging technologies and investigating multiomic biomarkers for applications in women’s health and mental illness.
Total projects: 10
Creating a Multi-Modal Near Infrared Photoacoustic Fluorescence Microscopy System for In Vivo Imaging
Creating a near infrared multi-modal photoacoustic fluorescence microscopy system will enable in vivo cellular imaging at a larger imaging depth.
Developing new tools for stimulating and recording neural activity will help improve optical microscopy and enable automation.
Measuring the photoacoustic effect of light absorption will help develop non-invasive cellular detection methods.