Bahman Lashkari is a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Advanced Diffusion-Wave Technologies (CADIFT) where he works on several photoacoustic and ultrasound projects. He conducted his PhD in the same lab working on frequency-domain photoacoustic imaging (2011). His research interests are in medical imaging and tissue characterization.
Frequency-domain differential photoacoustic radar: theory and validation for ultrasensitive atherosclerotic plaque imaging
Frequency-domain differential photoacoustic radar: theory and simulation for ultra-sensitive cholesterol imaging
Imaging and characterizing of bone tissue with photoacoustic and ultrasound modalities (Conference Presentation)
Wavelength-Modulated Differential Photoacoustic (WM-DPA) imaging: a high dynamic range modality towards noninvasive diagnosis of cancer
Photoacoustic cross-correlation high-frame-rate and phase spectroscopy: two new biomedical imaging modalities
Frequency-domain photothermoacoustic and ultrasonic imaging of blood and opto-thermal effects of plasmonic nanoparticle concentrations
Co-registration of ultrasound and frequency-domain photoacoustic radar images and image improvement for tumor detection