Emerging Laser-Based Approaches To Oral
Cancer Detection- which ones are useful in real life?
Why the perpetual search
new diagnostic modalities
A. As emphasis shifts from damage mitigation to
(1) disease prevention or
Teach For America Info Session: 10/14 @ 5PM *Pizza will be
Unsure about what Teach For America is all about, but are a little curious?
Thinking you want to make a tremendous and tangible impact and work
towards social/educational equality? Join
Optical coherence tomography
Jun Zhang, Ph. D.
Email: [email protected]
Beckman Laser Institute
University of California, Irvine
How ultrasound imaging works
Ultrasound image of
Photon has energy (electron volts)= E
E = h c/
h = Plancks constant = 4.14x10-15 eVsec
C = speed of light = 3x1010 cm/sec*
= wavelength = cm*
* also expressed as M/sec
* can also be expressed as nm, or m
What is the importance of eV?
PHOTOMEDICINE BIO SCI D130/BME 135
COURSE 05560/ 14040 FALL 2010
Rowland Hall Room 101: Tuesday and Thursday 12:30 to 1:50 PM
Basic Principles of Light and Lasers: M. Berns, PhD
The Cell: M. Berns, PhD
Cell Surgery I: M. Berns,PhD
COSIGN, College Student Interest Group in Neurology, is a premed group. Our group's
purpose is to help students on their route to medical school. We talk about MCATs,
letters of rec, personal statements, volunteer opportunities, research, and medicallyori
Cells and Cell Surgery I & II
Chapters 1 & 7 : Berns and Greulich 2007
Learn about stimulated emission.
In Berns 1974 book in library; pages 3844.
1-2 questions on exam.
Time = ?
In Berns, 1971 (reserve lib
Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) and Refractive
Surgery (a double-whammy lecture)
Photodynamic Therapy (PDT)
Patient is administered a photosensitizing drug which
accumulates selectively in targeted tissue.