Biomedical Optics Research Laboratory

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Northeastern University

 
 

Welcome to the Biomedical Optics Research Laboratory at Northeastern University. Our group  was established in 2008 by Assistant Professor Mark Niedre and studies the application of optical engineering to biomedicine.  By nature the field is highly inter-disciplinary and requires the integration of diverse backgrounds such as optical design, software and hardware engineering, image reconstruction, biology, chemistry and medicine.  Please have a look around our site and feel free to contact us if you have any questions!

Welcome!

DIRECTOR  Mark Niedre, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Lab LOCATION  342/348 Dana Research Building, Northeastern University, 360 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA, 02115

PI office  213B Lake Hall

PHONE  617-373-5410

Email mniedre<at>ece<dot>neu<dot>edu

Recent Lab News:


February 2014

Upcoming talks by our group at SPIE Photonics West BIOS:

Feb 1st - M Niedre, N Pestana, S Markovic, V Pera, “Detection, enumeration, and tracking of extremely rare circulating cells in vivo”

Feb 1st - N Valim, V Pera, M Niedre, “Multiplexed small animal fluorescence imaging using joint fluorescence spectral and lifetime information”

Feb 2nd - V Pera, DH Brooks, M Niedre, “On the use of Cramér-Rao bounds for diffuse optical imaging system design”


January 2014

Congratulations to graduate student Vivian Pera for having her paper accepted in the Journal of Biomedical Optics!  Her work considered the use of Cramer Rao Lower Bounds in instrument optimization in Diffuse Optical Tomography.


January 2014

Welcome Tianxue Zhang (undergraduate researcher) to our group! 


December 2013

Congratulations to Stacey Markovic, Binlong Li and Vivian Pera for having their paper highlighted in the “In This Issue” section of Cytometry-A


November 2013

Congratulations to Dr. Niksa Valim for successfully defending her PhD Dissertation “Instrumentation and Methods for Time-resolved Diffuse Fluorescence Imaging”!  Niksa is now moving on to Baylor Medical School for a post-doctoral research fellowship


September 2013

Welcome Paul Bohn to our group!


September 2013

Congratulations to graduate students Stacey Markovic, Binlong Li and Vivian Pera for having their paper on computer vision in vivo flow cytometry accepted into Cytometry-A!


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