Visible and Infrared Spectral Imaging of Oxygen in Neoplasia

Our mission is to devise new imaging approaches to address unanswered questions about the role of oxygen in cancer.

Meet the Team

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We are an international team combining physicists, engineers, chemists, and molecular biologists who work at the clinical interface. Our new imaging approaches predominantly use visible and near infrared light, to avoid ionising radiation and access relatively low cost devices.

What's New

From PhD to PI: by Donald Lush, KCL

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Lab members featured in KCL careers blog

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Lab research featured on optics.org

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Lab welcomes Laura Bollepalli

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3 VISIONLab presentations among top of BiOS

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