8 March 2017 Front Matter: Volume 10066
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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the seven-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first five digits reflect the volume number. Base 36 numbering is employed for the last two digits and indicates the order of articles within the volume. Numbers start with 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B…0Z, followed by 10-1Z, 20-2Z, etc.

Adams, Matthew S., 09, 0I, 0P

Alfieri, Domenico, 0B

Almaguer-Flores, A., 08

Armani, Andrea M., 0W

Bacci, Stefano, 0B

Baird, Grayson L., 02, 0H

Ballmann, Charles, 04

Barnes, Ronald A., Jr., 0W, 0X

Beckhoff, Valeria, 0N

Beier, Hope T., 0W

Bennett, Haydon E., 0J, 0L

Ben-Yakar, Adela, 0U

Borjeson, Tiffany M., 02

Bursey, Alicea A., 05, 0D, 0G

Chang, Chun-Hung, 0V

Cicchi, Riccardo, 0B

Coad, James E., 0J, 0L, 0T

Coker, Zachary, 04

Collins, Scott A., 02

Conolly, Steven, 03

Coughlin, Dezba, 09

Crary-Burney, Margaret, 05

Cunha, J. Adam M., 0P

Davison, Paul O., 0J

De Siena, Gaetano, 0B

Dhavalikar, Rohan, 03

Diederich, Chris J., 09, 0I, 0P

Divakar, Prajan, 0A

Dugat, Danielle, 05

Dupuy, Damian E., 02, 0H

Fallahi, Hojjatollah, 0K

Fiering, Steven N., 05, 0D, 0G

Fomovsky, Mikhail, 0Y

Frank, Victoria E., 02, 0H

Frattura, Eric, 0K

Fried, Nathaniel M., 0V

Fugett, James H., 0J, 0L

Gabay, Ilan, 0U

García-Macedo, J. A., 08

Gaspredes, Jonathan, 07, 0T

Giustini, Andrew J., 0D

Gladstone, David J., 05, 0D, 0G

Gogineni, Venkateshwara R., 0O

Goodwill, Patrick, 03

Hall, Jamie R., 0Y

Hammerland, John, 0V

Hensley, Daniel, 03

Hoopes, P. Jack, 05, 0A, 0D, 0G

Horne, Devante, 09

Hurwitz, Mark D., 0N

Ibarra, C., 08

Ibey, Bennett L., 04, 0W, 0X

Jirjis, Michael B., 0X

Jones, Peter, 09

Joshi, Purva, 0Z

Keast, Tom, 0M

Keelan, Robert, 0Z

Kenyon, Brendan M., 0H

Kramer, Steve, 0M

Lathrop, Robert, 0T

Li, Ting, 0C

Liebenberg, Ellen, 09

Lim, Sierin, 0H

Lombardo, Kara A., 02

Lotz, Jeffrey, 09

Magni, Giada, 0B

Maxwell, Aaron W. P., 02

Mazur, Courtney M., 0G

McCormick, James T., 0Z

Meng, Zhaokai, 04

Mills, David R., 0H

Moen, Erick K., 0W

Moodie, Karen L., 05, 0A

Nagarajan, Vivek Krishna, 0O

Nau, William H., 0V

Osterberg, Bjorn, 0D, 0G

Ozilgen, B. Arda, 09

Paik, David C., 0Y

Pan, Boan, 0C

Park, William K. C., 02, 0H

Paroli, Gaia, 0B

Paul, Jarod B., 02, 0H

Pavone, Francesco S., 0B

Pawlowski, Michal, 0U

Pearce, John, 0S

Petrov, Georgi, 04

Petryk, Alicia A., 05

Petryk, James D., 05

Pfannenstiel, Austin, 0M

Piao, Daqing, 0E, 0F

Pini, Roberto, 0B

Prado-Prone, G., 08

Prakash, Punit, 0K, 0M

Primmer, Michael P., 02, 0H

Rabin, Yoed, 0Z

Rajan, Ashish, 05, 0E

Rinaldi, Carlos, 03

Rodrigues, Dario B., 0N

Rossi, Francesca, 0B

Roth, Caleb C., 0W, 0X

Ryan, S. Eric, 0J

Ryan, Thomas P., 06, 07, 0T

Salgaonkar, Vasant A., 09, 0I, 0P

Samboju, Vishal, 0P

Sana, Barindra, 0H

Sbarro, Lyndsey, 0N

Schenck, Jessica, 0K

Šebek, Jan, 0K

Sechrist, Shawntel, 05

Sehrawat, Anjali, 0Z

Shadfan, Adam, 0U

Shimada, Kenji, 0Z

Shrout, Joshua L., 0J, 0L

Silva-Bermúdez, P., 08

Sinahon, Randolf, 0N

Sommer, Graham, 0I

Song, Ailin, 0D, 0G

Stalder, Kenneth R., 06, 07

Stauffer, Paul R., 0N

Steinmetz, Nichole F., 05, 0G

Subramanian, Kaushik, 0U

Sun, Tengfei, 0E

Susai, Cynthia, 02

Tang, Xinyan, 09

Tatini, Francesca, 0B

Tay, Zhi Wei, 03

Taylor, Scott D., 0J

Thomsen, Sharon, 0S

Tkaczyk, Tomasz, 0U

Traverso, Andrew, 04

Trembly, B. Stuart, 0A

Tripodi, Cristina, 0B

Trokel, Stephen L., 0Y

Troyanova-Wood, Maria, 04

Valdez, Chris, 0X

Velasquillo-Martínez, C., 08

Vukelic, Sinisa, 0Y

Wagner, Robert J., 05, 0D, 0G

Walsh, Edward G., 0H

Wang, Chao, 0Y

Wang, Pengbo, 0C

Wang, Ye, 0U

Wegst, Ulrike G. K., 0A

White, Sarah B., 0O

Wibowo, Henky, 0M

Wilfong, Dona M., 0Z

Woloszko, Jean, 07, 0T

Yakovlev, Vladislav, 04

Yu, Bing, 0O

Zahos, Peter, 09

Zheng, Bo, 03

Zhong, Fulin, 0C

Conference Committee

Symposium Chairs

  • James G. Fujimoto, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (United States)

  • R. Rox Anderson, Wellman Center for Photomedicine, Massachusetts (United States) General Hospital and Harvard School of Medicine (United States)

Program Track Chair

  • Steven L. Jacques, Oregon Health & Science University (United States)

Conference Chair

  • Thomas P. Ryan, Smith & Nephew, Inc. (United States)

Conference Program Committee

  • James E. Coad, West Virginia University (United States)

  • Chris J. Diederich, University of California, San Francisco (United States)

  • P. Jack Hoopes, Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth College (United States)

  • John A. Pearce, The University of Texas at Austin (United States)

  • Paul R. Stauffer, Thomas Jefferson University (United States)

  • Sharon L. Thomsen, Pathology Consultant to Engineers and Physicists (United States)

Session Chairs

  • 1 Keynote Session

    Thomas P. Ryan, Smith & Nephew, Inc. (United States)

  • 2 Plasma Medicine and Reactive Species

    Robert Lathrop, Smith & Nephew, Inc. (United States)

  • 3 Low-Level Energy Treatment

    Paul R. Stauffer, Thomas Jefferson University (United States)

  • 4 Nanoparticle Medicine

    John A. Pearce, The University of Texas at Austin (United States)

  • 5 Energy-Based Thermal Treatment

    Yoed Rabin, Carnegie Mellon University (United States)

  • 6 Imaging for Therapy

    Chris J. Diederich, University of California, San Francisco (United States)

  • 7 Energy-Based Surgical Tools

    James E. Coad, West Virginia University (United States)

  • 8 Pulsed Electric Fields and Cell/Tissue Effects

    P. Jack Hoopes, Geisel School of Medicine, Dartmouth College (United States)


Welcome to the proceedings for the Energy-Based Treatment of Tissue and Assessment IX. This is the 19th year the conference has been included at Photonics West. Our first session in 1998 was entitled: Surgical Applications of Energy.

This year featured a wide variety of papers covering energy-based devices and techniques in medicine. Thirty-four papers were presented, and the publications associated with those talks comprise another comprehensive SPIE proceedings this year. We had a number of cutting-edge papers covering a range of topics: nanoparticles and the effects on immunology and cancer; thermal accelerant and theranostic platforms (both are novel for this conference); nanosecond pulsed electric fields; plasma medicine; low level energy treatment with ultrasound or light; and surgical tools for sterilization, laser scalpels, and laparoscopic dissection. Thermal therapy included microwave, ultrasound, and innovative imaging for assessment. It also included surgical trainers that may have broad applications in training clinicians before using thermal treatments in many anatomical sites. Surgical vessel sealing assessment and architecture was also presented. Last, but not least, new laser technology for vision correction was presented, which could result in significant commercial development in the future. Throughout the years, we have tracked the evolution of treatment technologies, aided by image guidance, and driven by evidence-based medicine. I hope that these proceedings, as in the past years, provide a viable and contemporary resource that will stimulate further ideas and applications of energy-based tissue treatment and assessment technologies.

Thomas P. Ryan

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