Welcome to Biomedical Laser Laboratory
Light, or electromagnetic radiation in general, is indispensable for life as either the ultimate source of energy for synthesis or the agent of excitation for variation. Our major research interests lie in the understanding of biological systems by investigating their interaction with light. Our long-term goal is two-fold: (1) to study the pathways and parameters of energy transfer that are fundamental to the understanding of biological systems; (2) to develop instrumentation for biomedical research.
Optical research is conducted at BLL with an approach of ubiquitous computing.
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Recent Publications (click here for more on publications)
Realistic optical cell modeling and diffraction imaging simulation for study of optical and morphological parameters of nucleus
Optics Express, 24, 366-377 (2016)
Comparison study of distinguishing cancerous and normal prostate epithelial cells by confocal and polarization diffraction imaging
Journal of Biomedical Optics, 12, 071102 (2016)
Acquisition of cross-polarized diffraction images and study of blurring effect by one time-delay-integration camera
Applied Optics, 54, 5223-5228 (2015)