Chengbo Liu received both his Ph.D and Bachelor degree from Xi'an Jiaotong University, each in 2012 in Biophysics and 2007 in Biomedical Engineering. During his Ph.D. training, he spent two years doing tissue spectroscopy research at Duke University as a visiting scholar. Now he is an associate professor at SIAT, working on multi-scale photoacoustic molecular imaging and its translational research. He and his team have published more than 80 journal papers on photoacoustic imaging, and applied for more than 30 patents. He is currently a senior member of OSA and SPIE. He also serves as an editorial board member of Photoacoustic journal, and regular reviewer for more than 30 prestigious journals.
Dynamic study of three-dimensional peroxynitrite flux in epileptic brain using high-speed and high-resolution photoacoustic imaging
Compact and low-cost handheld quasibright-field linear-array probe design in photoacoustic computed tomography
Dual-foci detection in photoacoustic computed tomography with coplanar light illumination and acoustic detection: a phantom study
Three-dimensional Hessian matrix-based quantitative vascular imaging of rat iris with optical-resolution photoacoustic microscopy in vivo
High-speed intravascular spectroscopic photoacoustic imaging at 1000 A-lines per second with a 0.9-mm diameter catheter
Publisher's Note: Experimental validation of an inverse fluorescence Monte Carlo model to extract concentrations of metabolically relevant fluorophores from turbid phantoms and a murine tumor model
Experimental validation of an inverse fluorescence Monte Carlo model to extract concentrations of metabolically relevant fluorophores from turbid phantoms and a murine tumor model