RESEARCH INTERESTI have completed my undergraduate and master’s both in biomedical sceince which leads me to become a researcher to contribute my skill as well as knowledge in the health industry. Now, my research area focuses on the understanding of neuroscience specially in the Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dimension. This research is to learn and understand the pathological cause of these dementia disorder.
RESEARCH INTERESTMy research interests are primarily on biomedical optics for in vivo functional brain imaging with a home-built multi-photon laser scanning microscope to allow high spatiotemporal resolution utilizing an advanced volumetric scheme. Also, I am interested in an animal model for the study of neuropathic pain mechanisms.
Current StatusWilmer Eye Institute Dept. of Ophthalmology Johns Hopkins University PhD Postdoctoral fellow
RESEARCH INTERESTMy fascination with vivo imaging began immediately after I completed my degree in Biomedical Engineering. This is an excellent opportunity for knowledge acquisition regarding vivo imaging, it allows me to grow my interest in different aspects of the material. My goal is to eventually explore the deep sides of Biomedical in the world. For that matter, I am currently developing an advanced fluorescent microscope with elongated point-spread function for fast pseudo-3D imaging, for functional neurophotonic.
RESEARCH INTERESTProper utilization of light can control biological phenomenon and help observe the microscopic range of living cells through imaging. Furthermore, it is essential for research in neuroscience that is a very interesting field of research. I majored in chemistry in college and am currently researching Near-infrared light stimulation therapy in the olfactory bulb photothrombosis rodent model. Through structural and functional images of blood vessels and neurons, I want to quantitatively measure the effect of light of a specific wavelength in vivo and prove its effect. In addition to the current research, I would like to solve the hidden problems of the phenomenon occurring in the brain based on various in vivo and in vitro research experiences.
RESEARCH INTERESTOptical imaging plays an important role in neuroscience to understand the complex phenomena of the brain. Currently, I am interested in developing new optical tools for the quantitative measurement of blood flow in rodent’s brain microvascular systems. Also, the change in microvascular density in Grey matter and White matter makes me curious to explore their vulnerability during ischemic stroke. My work is supported by an undergraduate background in applied physics and specialization in photonics engineering during my MS.
Current StatusUniversity Health Network(UHN),Toronto/Biophotonics in the domain of Cancer Research/Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Thesis TitleDeep learning based segmentation of Meibomian glands for quantitative image analysis
Current StatusPh.D. Student, Biomedical Engineering, The Catholic University of America.
Biometrics, specialised on Fingerprint, Face, and Palmprint recognition with the help of Deep Learning/2nd PhD done at Clarkson University, USA(2022)