Dual-modality optical coherence tomography and frequency-domain fluorescence lifetime imaging microscope system for intravascular imaging
University of Southern California Receives NIH Grant for Comb Light Source/Imaging Spectrometer for Advanced Spectral Domain Optical Coherence Tomography
Methylene blue-filled biodegradable polymer particles as a contrast agent for optical coherence tomography
USC Receives NIH Grant for Optical Imaging Technologies to Identify Residual Cholesteatoma and Improve Ossiculoplasty Outcomes
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Picometer scale vibrometry in the human middle ear using a surgical microscope based optical coherence tomography and vibrometry system
University of Southern California Receives NIH Grant for Optical Imaging Technologies to Identify Residual Cholesteatoma and Improve Ossiculoplasty Outcomes
Organ of Corti vibration within the intact gerbil cochlea measured by volumetric optical coherence tomography and vibrometry
Endoscopic optical coherence tomography enables morphological and subnanometer vibratory imaging of the porcine cochlea through the round window
Contrast enhancement of pump-probe optical coherence tomography (PP-OCT) based molecular imaging using methylene blue loaded PLGA particles
ELHnet: a convolutional neural network for classifying cochlear endolymphatic hydrops imaged with optical coherence tomography
Computer-aided detection and quantification of endolymphatic hydrops within the mouse cochlea in vivo using optical coherence tomography
About Brian E. Applegate
Brian E. Applegate received his B.S. in chemistry from Wright State University and his M.S. and Ph.D. in chemistry from The Ohio State University. He completed a NIH postdoctoral fellowship at Duke University before joining the faculty of Biomedical Engineering at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. He is currently an Associate Professor with research interests in technology development for optical and molecular imaging and optical diagnosis/monitoring of atherosclerosis and diseases of the inner ear.