Making waves in biomedical optics
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Several hallmarks of cancer, such as aberrant metabolism, are associated with highly aggressive disease and poor prognosis. These hallmarks lead to changes in tissue optical properties that can now be detected non-invasively thanks to technological advances emerging from telecommunications and remote sensing. In this talk, I will first provide an overview of the metabolic processes of interest to our laboratory, particularly in the context of the tumour microenvironment. I will then detail the technical development of several new imaging modalities that have the potential to increase early cancer detection and also improve patient stratification. In each case, I will provide examples of their biomedical application in living subjects.
This talk is part of the Physics and Astronomy Colloquia series.
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