Dr. David R. Busch
Assistant Professor at Univ of Texas Southwestern Medical Ctr at Dallas
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Publications (19)

Proceedings Article | 7 March 2022 Presentation
Proceedings Volume PC11956, PC1195602 (2022) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2608540
KEYWORDS: Oxygen, Tissues, Near infrared spectroscopy, Mode conditioning cables, Ischemia, Control systems, Continuous wave operation, Clinical trials

Proceedings Article | 7 March 2022 Presentation
Proceedings Volume PC11951, PC119510C (2022) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2608215
KEYWORDS: Near infrared spectroscopy, Continuous wave operation, Measurement devices, Medical devices, In vivo imaging, Tissues, Tissue optics, Spectroscopes, Reliability, Oxygen

Proceedings Article | 7 December 2021 Paper
Proceedings Volume 11919, 1191917 (2021) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2614827
KEYWORDS: Near infrared spectroscopy, Ischemia, Control systems, Tissues, Oxygen, Time resolved spectroscopy, Therapeutics, Spectroscopy, Physics, Hemodynamics

Proceedings Article | 5 March 2021 Presentation
Proceedings Volume 11639, 1163912 (2021) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2577561
KEYWORDS: Spectroscopy, Data modeling, Traumatic brain injury, Statistical analysis, Optical testing, Neural networks, Machine learning, Data analysis, Blood circulation

Proceedings Article | 5 March 2021 Presentation
Lin Wang, Jeffrey Cochran, Tiffany Ko, Wesley Baker, Kenneth Abramson, David Busch, Lian He, Arjun Yodh, Nadav Schwartz
Proceedings Volume 11639, 116390O (2021) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2583369

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Course Instructor
SC1228: Diffuse Optics in Biology and Medicine: Noninvasive Probes of Tissue Health
This course explains principles and applications of diffuse optics in biology and medicine. Diffuse optical tools allow quantitative spectroscopic measurements in heavily scattering media, such as tissue, and have a large and rapidly expanding set of pre-clinical and clinical applications. We will focus on measurements of ‘thick’ tissues (<1cm) with diffuse optical spectroscopy, diffuse correlation spectroscopy, diffuse optical tomography, and diffuse fluorescence. The primary goal of this course is to provide attendees with sufficient knowledge to grasp the underlying concepts, strengths, and weaknesses of the technologies involved. Examples will be taken from pre-clinical and clinical applications, especially critical care, including planning, conduction, and data analysis. Researchers considering use of diffuse optical tools, clinicians in search of technologies to address pressing monitoring needs, and translational researchers interested in applying diffuse optics will benefit from the course.
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