Congratulation to Karease Quashie for her second place prize at the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) poster competition! Karease, a visiting student from Emory University, spent the summer with the BFIL investigating the efficacy of targeting nanodroplets to the placenta.
Congratulations to BFIL member Kristie Huda for successfully completing her Qualifying Exam!
This week, 7th grade students from Audubon school visited the lab as part of Tulane BME’s STEM outreach efforts. The students attended various workshops including the BFIL run “From light to sound: A demonstration of the Photoacoustic Effect”
Congratulations to Adam Kolkin on the successful defense of his Master’s theses!
Congratulations to both Megan Escott and Adam Kolkin on the successful defense of their Master’s theses!
BFIL members Kristie Huda and Megan Escott traveled to Tuscon, AZ to present their work at OSA 2019. Kristie’s presented her work evaluating a tomographic photoacoustic imaging system to image placental function. Megan’s talk focused on local oxygen delivery to the placenta using targeted nanodroplets.
Dylan Lawrence and Chengxi Wu of the BFIL presented posters of their work at the 2019 Tulane School of Science and Engineering Research Days.
Fox News interviewed Principal Investigator Dr. Carolyn Bayer on the recent work of the BFIL. See the full interview here!
Principal Investigator Dr. Carolyn Bayer traveled to Paris, France to showcase the work of the BFIL at the Society for Reproductive Investigation’s annual meeting.
The work of the BFIL was presented at the 2019 SPIE Medical Imaging Conference in San Diego, CA.