The aim of my work is to develop an imaging system incorporating hyperspectral imaging, polarized light imaging, and spatial frequency domain imaging to extract data on a wide range of optical properties in order to understand how these attributes change through the progression of disease. The system will be used clinically to build a database of optical properties for esophageal tissue, which will ultimately motivate an effort to non-invasively identify and grade diseased tissue.
- BS Optical Sciences and Engineering, University of Arizona (2011 – 2016)
- MPhil Physics with Dr Sarah Bohndiek, University of Cambridge (2016-2017, awaiting viva)
- PhD Optical Sciences, University of Arizona in collaboration with Dr Sarah Bohndiek, University of Cambridge (2017-)
Best conference attended so far
Frontiers in Optics 2014