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BioScience Research Collaborative, Rice Univ.
Houston, Texas, United States
16 - 17 May 2016
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Translational Biophotonics 2018

SPIE Translational Biophotonics

SPIE Translational Biophotonics brings together representatives of three communities:
- academia
- industry
- practicing clinicians.

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Organized by SPIE and Rice University, this meeting enables discussion between these related communities and encourage continuing development of new technologies and techniques with the goal of successful translation into practical biomedical use.

Leaders in the field will discuss paths that led to their advancements and will also plot new directions for the future of optical imaging for both research and clinical applications. Clinicians will present their perspectives on application needs, while industry representatives will discuss pathways to commercialization. The poster session is dedicated to new research advancements contributed by participants.

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Primary topics include the following. 

Diagnostic imaging and detection with applications in cancer diagnostics, cardiovascular imaging, infectious diseases (endoscopies, diffused imaging, spectroscopy)

New techniques in microscopy and other emerging techniques (superresolution techniques, contrasts for microscopy, in vivo imaging)

Analytical systems (microarrays, high-throughput detection)

MD perspectives (unmet clinical needs)

Industry perspectives (the implementation process, device success stories)


2016 Conference Chair

Tomasz Tkacyzk

Tomasz Tkaczyk
Rice Univ. (United States)

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Cosponsored by

Rice Univ.

 With support from

Edmund Optics

NKT Photonics

Rice Bioengineering

Important Dates

Abstract Due Date
21 December

Author Notification
11 January 2016

Pre-Registration Cutoff
29 April

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