The Center for Imaging Medicine (CIM) at Dartmouth is one of the largest collaborative hubs for optics in medicine research in the country. Spearheaded by faculty at Dartmouth's Thayer School of Engineering working with colleagues at Geisel School of Medicine, the Center facilitates global efforts toward innovation in biomedical imaging and therapy.
CIM's mission is to advance state-of-the art technologies in optical sensors, multi-scale imaging and sensing, and interventional guidance in surgery, medicine, radiology, pathology, and radiation oncology. Members create, test, and deploy new technologies and participate in outreach with other collaborators at Dartmouth and around the country.
Advanced sensors for low-light-level imaging are developed in parallel with higher-level optical systems for multi-scale in vivo imaging and sensing. Each technology is eventually deployed in pre-clinical or human clinical trials with advanced algorithms for procedure guidance. CIM facilitates this process through an international network of collaborators and local advisory faculty.
Translating from the Scientific Bench to Clinical Practice
25 - 28 April 2016
The Diplomat Resort and Spa, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
To view the event schedule, registration information, and other details, please visit the OSA Biomedical Optics conference web page.