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Photoacoustic Flowmetry

Developing a new method to locate circulating tumor cells in blood will lead to better prognosis information for ovarian cancer.

Photoacoustic Flow Cytometry

The objective of this research is to detect the presence of circulating tumor cells (CTCs) in a custom designed flow system. Determining the location of CTCs is crucial, as they indicate the presence of cancer and can provide diagnostically relevant information, such as the stage of cancer development. It is difficult to detect CTCs in

Side-Viewing Photoacoustic and Ultrasound Imaging Probe

The objective of this research is to develop a side viewing photoacoustic (PA) and ultrasound (US) imaging probe for biomedical applications. Utilizing borosilicate glass capillary tubes as both optical and acoustic waveguides allows for PA/US endoscopy probes with diameters much smaller than traditional PA/US endoscopy probes. This decrease in size of the PA/US endoscopy probe

Design and Development of a Safe and Effective Upper Gastrointestinal Foreign Body Extraction Device

Current limitations in gastrointestinal foreign body extraction devices cause the removal of esophageal food impactions to take 30-90 minutes and involve upwards of nine devices. The product development team is developing the EndoViper upper gastrointestinal foreign body extraction medical device. EndoViper provides an innovative solution to esophageal food bolus impactions using industry standard best practices