BIOLOGICAL OPTICS

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Hello and welcome!

Our lab is with the Department of Bioengineering, located at the east side of the University of Missouri - Columbia campus (1406 E. Rollins Street). See a map of the departmental building here.

The focus of our lab is to develop new optical imaging technology for biological and biomedical applications. Please check out our recent papers for on-going research projects.

We welcome motivated students to join us on these projects. Funded graduate research assistantship (GRA) positions are available. If you're interested, please email me with a copy of your resume.

Optical polarization tractography of a mouse heart. For details, see Y. Wang, et al., Biomed. Opt. Express 8, 1271-1276 (2017).
Image of local optic axis angle for ex vivo bovine heart muscle. For details, see C. Fan and G. Yao, Biomed. Opt. Express 4, 460-465 (2013).
Study links pupillary reflex, heart rate in autism.
Spectrum News from SFARI.
Delayed pupil response may be early sign of autism.
Spectrum News from SFARI.