James B. Duke Professor of Chemistry, Professor of Radiology, Biomedical Engineering, and Physics
Associate Research Professor
Research Interests: Exploring novel nonlinear contrast mechanisms such as two-photon absorption and self-phase modulation for structural and functional imaging in tissue.
Research Interests: Investigating novel in vivo imaging technologies using pre-clinical and clinical trials to detect melanoma initiation, and MRI applications on lung tissue.
Assistant Research Professor
Research Interests: Application of fundamental spin physics and technology innovation in hyperpolarized magnetic resonance to unravel metabolic disorders by real-time biomolecular tracing.
Research Interests: Theory and praxis of NMR spectroscopy with hyperpolarized samples, NMR in low magnetic fields, tools and hardware for spectroscopy.
Research Interests: Photophysics of melanin pigments using pump-probe spectroscopy and imaging techniques.
Research Interests: Applying pump-probe microscopy imaging to area of conservation science and synthesizing fairly symmetrical molecules which could be clinical imaging agents.
Research Interests: Optimal control of NMR pulse sequences; comparing and designing pulse sequences for better magnetization refocusing.
Research Interests: Developing optical imaging techniques that exploit biologically intrinsic contrast, and feature extraction techniques.
Research Interests: Exploring possible applications of magnetic resonance imaging using hyperpolarized nucleus.