Xinwen was one of four students at the 2015 Biophotonics Summer School to win the SPIE best poster award for her poster presentation:
Xinwen Yao and Christine Hendon. Ultrahigh Resolution SD-OCT System Optimized for Myocardial Imaging.
Prof. Kristin Myers’ manuscript in collaboration with our lab on modeling human cervical tissue has been published in the Journal of Biomechanics.
Myers KM, Hendon CP, Gan Y, Yao W, Yoshida K, Fernandez M, Vink J, and Wapner RJ. A Continuous Fiber Distribution Material Model for Human Cervical Tissue. Journal of Biomechanics. Vol. 48, Issue 9, p (2015)
Congratulations to Rajinder. His manuscript was accepted to Biomedical Optics Express.
Rajinder P. Singh-Moon, Charles C. Marboe, and Christine P. Hendon. A near-infrared spectroscopy integrated catheter for characterization of myocardial tissues: preliminary demonstrations to radiofrequency ablation therapy for atrial fibrillation. Biomedical Optics Express. Vol 6 (7), pp. 2494-2511 (2015)
During the 2015 Class Day ceremony, Prof Christine Hendon was awarded the Rodriguez Family Junior Faculty Development Award at the School of Engineering and Applied Science. This award was founded by SEAS alumni Ana Rodriguez (SEAS’86, ’88) and her brother, Marcos (SEAS’83), to support and recognize the achievements of under-represented junior faculty.
We will have a poster during the OSA/SPIE European Conference on Biomedical Optics
Yuye Ling, Xinwen Yao, Christine P. Hendon
23 June 2015 • 12:30 – 2:00 PM