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Below are CBET Research Highlights indicating the breadth and scope of the Biophotonics program
               
  Focus Area   Fiscal
Year
  Principal Investigator
with Link to Abstract

Institution
  Simplified Title
with Link to
Award Achievements
& Highlights*
               
* Macromolecule Markers   2011   Wax, Adam
Duke University
  Identifying Cancer Cells with Gold and Silver Nanoparticles
See also more research by Adam Wax:
Noninvasively Detecting Esophageal Cancer
               
* Macromolecule Markers   2010   Rinaldi, Carlos
University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez
  NIRT: Magnetically and Thermally Active Nanoparticles for Cancer Treatment
               
* Low Coherence Sensing at the Nanoscale   2007   Backman, Vadim
Northwestern University
  Early Colon Cancer Screening without Colonoscopy
               
* Neurophotonics   2006   Humayun, Mark
Doheny Eye Institute
  Biocompatible Technology for a High-Density, High-Resolution Retinal Stimulator
See also:
An Intraocular Camera for Retinal Prostheses
               
* Micro- and Nano-photonics   2008   Lvov, Yuri
Louisiana Tech University
  Nanoengineered Shells for Drug Delivery
               
* Micro- and Nano-photonics   2008   Xu, Xiaohong Nancy
Old Dominion University
  In Vivo Imaging of Transport and Biocompatibility of Single Nanoparticles in Early Development of Zebrafish Enbryos
               
* Micro- and Nano-photonics   2010   Rinaldi, Carlos
University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez
  NIRT: Magnetically and Thermally Active Nanoparticles for Cancer Treatment
               
* Micro- and Nano-photonics   2009   Strano, Micahel
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  NIRT: Single Particle Tracking of Carbon Nanotubes in Live Mammalian Cells via Near-Infrared Photoluminescence
               
* Optogenetics   2008   Menon, Latika
Northeastern University
  NER: Nano-Biodevices for the Reliable, Long-Term Recording and Stimulation of Neuronal Activity
               

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