BME F. International Symposium

Advanced Optical Imaging for Biomedicine

Advanced Optical Imaging for Biomedicine

The first BME F. International Symposium on Advanced Optical Imaging for Biomedicine, which is jointly organized by SPJ/AAAS and BME F., will be held on December 14th, 2020 at 8:50 am (China Standard Time). This 1.5-hour-long online conference will report recent breakthroughs on optical imaging for biomedicine. Three high-profile speakers will be invited to each give a 30-minute highlight of their recent work.


Portrait of symposium speaker Aydogan Ozcan

Aydogan Ozcan

Professor Aydogan Ozcan will share with us the recent advancement in Deep Learning-enabled Computational Microscopy for Biomedical Applications.

Portrait of symposium speaker Paul Campagnola

Paul Campagnola

Professor Paul Campagnola will introduce Analysis of extracellular matrix changes in ovarian cancer and pulmonary fibrosis by Second Harmonic Generation.

Portrait of symposium speaker Xueding Wang

Xueding Wang

Professor Xueding Wang will walk us through the Dual-Modality X-Ray-Induced Radiation Acoustic and Ultrasound Imaging for Real-Time Monitoring of Radiotherapy.

Register to attend

We are looking forward to meeting you virtually at 8:50 am on December 14th, 2020 (China Standard Time) and getting your feedback and suggestions. Please click here to register.

About Biomedical Engineering Frontiers

BME Frontiers is jointly published by the SIBET CAS and AAAS. It is launched as part of the Science Partner Journal (SPJ) program. The journal serves the multidisciplinary community of biomedical engineering by publishing breakthrough research articles, reviews, and commentary of interest. Interested in submitting your research for publication in BME Frontiers? Learn more about BME Frontiers and how to submit your manuscript here.