1/27/2014 In collaboration with Roy Malka and John Higgins at Mass General Hospital, we demonstrate an optical method to measure red blood cell volume and hemoglobin mass that we believe is more accurate than the clinical standard, published in the Journal of Cytometry.
1/16/2014 Our group begins a sponsored research program with Thermo Fischer to develop a lens array microscope in collaboration with Prof. Ken Crozier and Tony Orth at Harvard.
1/14/2014 A project that began when Guðfríður Möller visited our lab as a summer research student to build a tunable color camera has been published in Optics Letters.
9/13/13 We present two papers at the EOS Optical Microsystems conference in Capri, Italy. One of which, "An optical coulter counter" was invited.
6/28/13 Our group presents three papers at OSA's Imaging and Applied Optics conference in Arlington, VA, and Giuseppe's paper on Hyperspectral Imaging Flow Cytometry won the Best Paper Award. Congratulations Giuseppe. The accompanying paper has been published in Biomedical Optics Express.
5/10/13 A library of 1300 leukemia cell height maps of three different cell lines has been uploaded to the media section.
4/21/13 We present a demo of our "Tunable color camera" at IEEE Computational Photography.
Image taken with our prototype color camera
4/8/13 Our paper "Dye exclusion microfluidic microscopy," is published in Optics Express.
3/18/13 The group welcomes Wen Chen as a Visiting Scientist from the National University of Singapore.
3/13/13 Our new website Optofluidic Cytometry is live
2/25/13 Our paper "Fluorescence imaging of flowing cells using a temporally coded excitation," is published in Optics Express.
10/14/2012 Ethan presented a paper at Frontiers in Optics, "Elliptical nanowire polarization gratings,".
7/1/12 We welcome Giuseppe Di Caprio who has joined our group as a Postdoctoral Fellow coming from the University of Naples.
6/1/12 Congratulations to Sai, who just accepted a position as assistant professor at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, in the Department of Instrumentation and Applied Physics.
Image taken using a Fresnel lens array