VIRTUAL CENTRE OF BIOMEDICAL OPTICS
Joint research developed between the Applied optics Group and numerous collaborators lead to translation of non invasive high resolution imaging technology from the Canterbury laboratories to several research institutes, hospitals and universities in the UK and abroad.
Instrumentation for high resolution opticsl imaging of patients and in-vitro tissue has been developed for:
- Basal cell carcinoma of eye lids
- Tympanic membrane
- Neuronal tissue
- Drosophila Embryos
- Dental constructs, abfraction, attrition
Non medical applications of high resolution imaging has been developed for
Collaboration in the technology of:
LIST OF COLLABORATORS
The collaborationactivity of the Centre resulted in 6 book chapters, 71 publications in peer reviewed journals, in over 160 publications in proceedings over 3 pages and in over 150 communications and seminars with summaries less than 2 pages.