New imaging technique measures elasticity of multiple eye components simultaneously

September 12, 2023

Dr. Taye Mekonn’s recent research utilizing noncontact reverberant OCE to characterize the biomechanical properties of the whole eye was recently highlighted in an SPIE press article. Congrats Taye!

Update: NEI Director Dr. Michael Chiang tweeted about this work too!

Update: Physics World highlighted this work as well!

July 27, 2023

Our faculty have been hard at work, conducting impactful research and bringing more ideas than ever from the lab to the market. Please join me in congratulating BME professor Dr. Kirill Larin on being the College’s top producing research faculty member in 2022! Dr. Larin’s research interests include optics, diagnostic imaging, biosensing, microscopy, and classification of tissues. He is best known for his contributions in biomedical optics, biophotonics, the application of various optical methods for noninvasive and nondestructive imaging and diagnostics of tissues and cells.