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Listening to Light and Seeing Through: In Vivo Multiscale Photoacoustic Imaging

Chulhong Kim, PhD

Photoacoustic imaging, an emerging hybrid modality that can provide strong endogenous and exogenous optical absorption contrasts with high ultrasonic spatial resolution, has overcome the fundamental depth limitation while keeping the spatial resolution. In biological tissues the imaging depth can be up to a few centimeters deep.
In this presentation, the following topics of photoacoustic imaging will be discussed; (1) multi-scale photoacoustic imaging systems, (2) morphological, functional, and molecular photoacoustic imaging, (3) potential clinical applications, and (4) contrast agents for photoacoustic imaging.

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