1. Articles from Audrey K. Bowden

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    1. Postdoc Position at Vanderbilt University

      Postdoc Position at Vanderbilt University

      Description: The Bowden Laboratory for Biomedical Optics (https://lab.vanderbilt.edu/bowdenlab), as part of the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Vanderbilt Biophotonics Center, develops optical imaging and sensing technologies for clinical and basic science applications, with additional interest in the development of low-cost and portable technologies for low-resource environments. We seek a new postdoc with expertise in programming and computer vision and an interest in biomedical applications to join our lab for an exciting project to poised to make a major impact in the medical fields of urology and gastroenterology. The proposed project builds on previous work from ...

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    2. Automatically Determining the Confocal Parameters from OCT B-Scans for Quantification of the Attenuation Coefficients

      Automatically Determining the Confocal Parameters from OCT B-Scans for Quantification of the Attenuation Coefficients

      The attenuation coefficient is a relevant biomarker for many diagnostic medical applications. Recently, the Depth- Resolved Confocal (DRC) technique was developed to automatically estimate the attenuation coefficients from Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) data with pixel-level resolution. However, DRC requires that the confocal function parameters (i.e., focal plane location and apparent Rayleigh range) be known a priori. In this paper we present the autoConfocal algorithm: a simple, automatic method for estimating those parameters directly from OCT imagery when the focal plane is within the sample. We present autoConfocal+DRC results on phantom data, ex-vivo biological tissue data, and in-vivo clinical ...

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    3. Postdoctoral Fellow: Biophotonics Stanford University / Vanderbilt University

      Postdoctoral Fellow: Biophotonics Stanford University / Vanderbilt University

      The Stanford Biomedical Optics group (http://sbo.stanford.edu) develops optical imaging and sensing technologies for clinical and basic science applications, with additional interest in the development of low-cost and portable technologies for low-resource environments.

      We are looking to hire two new postdocs with core strengths and interest in biophotonics to join our lab as we make the exciting transition from Stanford to Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN in Summer 2018. We especially encourage applicants with demonstrated expertise in instrumentation, signal processing and or computer programming for optical coherence tomography, advanced microscopy and/or point-of-care technology. Experience with small animal ...

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    4. Postdoctoral Fellow: Biophotonics and Computer Vision Stanford University, Stanford, CA

      Postdoctoral Fellow: Biophotonics and Computer Vision Stanford University, Stanford, CA

      The Stanford Biomedical Optics Group (http://sbo.stanford.edu), in close collaboration with clinical researchers in the School of Medicine (urology), seeks highly motivated research associate with excellent computer programming and image processing skills along with a good background / strong interest in optics, microscopy or medical imaging and interest or experience in computer vision. Stanford University provides an outstanding environment for solid technical research with clinical impact. Applicants will work closely with clinical collaborators and will spend a significant amount of time observing and guiding clinical research activities while working on a heavily computer vision programming-­‐oriented research project. Time ...

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    5. Postdoctoral Associate: Biophotonics and Computer Vision Stanford University, Stanford, CA

      Postdoctoral Associate: Biophotonics and Computer Vision Stanford University, Stanford, CA

      The Stanford Biomedical Optics Group (http://sbo.stanford.edu), in close collaboration with clinical researchers in the School of Medicine (urology), seeks highly motivated postdoctoral candidates with excellent computer programming and image processing skills along with a good background in optics, microscopy or medical imaging and interest or experience in computer vision. Stanford University provides an outstanding environment for solid technical research with clinical impact. Applicants will work closely with clinical collaborators and will spend a significant amount of time observing and guiding clinical research activities while working on a heavily computer vision programming-oriented research project. Time permitting, candidate may ...

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