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Based on physical science principles, Quantitative Biomedical Optics covers theory, instrumentation, methods and applications, with practical exercises and problem sets.
Irving Bigio is Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering at Boston University. His research activities address the interactions of light with cellular and tissue structures on the microscopic and mesoscopic scales. He pioneered methods of elastic scattering spectroscopy and has developed practical diagnostic and sensing applications that have been demonstrated in large clinical studies. He has co-authored over 200 scientific publications and is an inventor on nine patents. Sergio Fantini is Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Tufts University. His research interests in biomedical optics are in the area of diffuse spectroscopy and imaging of biological tissue. He has contributed to the development of quantitative frequency-domain methods for absolute tissue oximetry, spectral imaging approaches to optical mammography, and the assessment of cerebral hemodynamics in the human brain. He has co-authored about 200 scientific publications and is an inventor on ten patents.