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.
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.
Professor Hendon was one of 49 junior faculty members awarded the 2014 NIH New Innovator Award for her grant proposal High Resolution Imaging of the Myocardium. The award will provide $2.4 million over five years, with $1.5 million in direct funds. This will allow Prof Hendon and her group to work towards their goals of developing high resolution optical coherence tomography catheters to assess tissue remodeling and evaluation of interventional therapies.
Columbia SEAS write-up
Congratulations to Yu Gan for winning an SPIE Educational Scholarship!!
Congratulations to Yuye. He was awarded the Millman Award during the Annual EE Party for being an outstanding Teaching Assistant!!
Congratulations to Theresa for receiving an Honorable Mention for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship!
Congratulations to Li-Wei for receiving the Glorney-Raisbeck Medical Student Grants in Cardiovascular Research from the New York Academy of Medicine.
Congratulations Theresa and Li-Wei!!
Congratulations to Yu and Yuye. Yu was awarded a $5,000 scholarship and Yuye was awarded a $3,000 scholarship from the Wei Family Private Foundation!