Tauseef Charanya

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In this paper, we present recent work on bioinspired polarization imaging sensors and their applications in biomedicine. In particular, we focus on three different aspects of these sensors. First, we describe the electro-optical challenges in realizing a bioinspired polarization imager, and in particular, we provide a detailed description of a recent(More)
1063 leaders. For example, one team began working with a neurologist to figure out ways to improve communication for her quadriplegic and speech-impaired stroke patient. The result is a modular device that converts body movements into cursor control. Healthcare professionals who provide clinical problems are strongly encouraged to work with student teams in(More)
Purpose Despite the rapid developments of oncology in the past few years, surgical resection of tumors still remains the preferred treatment for most primary tumors. The surgical outcome of oncologic operations highly depends on the surgical accuracy and the completeness of tumor removal. However, there is a great challenge in intraoperative imaging in the(More)
Colitis-associated cancer (CAC) arises from premalignant flat lesions of the colon, which are difficult to detect with current endoscopic screening approaches. We have developed a complementary fluorescence and polarization reporting strategy that combines the unique biochemical and physical properties of dysplasia and cancer for real-time detection of(More)
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