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Imaging & Medical Devices for Undergraduates

Imaging & Medical Devices involves the measurement of spatial and temporal distributions and signals over scales ranging from molecules and cells to organs and whole populations. Combining mathematics, physics, and biological systems with engineering of new devices and computational algorithms, our academic and research programs in Imaging & Medical Devices center on new technologies and data-intensive analysis, including: 

  • Imaging Technology: Optical, X-ray, CT, MRI, ultrasound, and molecular imaging
  • Image Analysis: Image registration and reconstruction, and extraction of knowledge from image data
  • Novel Medical Devices: Broad range of diagnostic and therapeutic devices driven by clinical need.

Our curriculum in Imaging & Medical Devices spans mathematical fundamentals, physics of imaging technologies, device design and development based on clinical needs, and computational techniques for image processing and analysis. In addition to learning about real clinical systems and data types – including hands-on experience – students learn data analysis, modeling, and computer simulation methods.

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