Dr. David R. Busch
Assistant Professor at Univ. of Texas Southwestern Medical Ctr. at Dallas
SPIE Involvement:
Author | Instructor
Publications (7)

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | April 19, 2017
Proc. SPIE. 10057, Multimodal Biomedical Imaging XII
KEYWORDS: Breast, Continuous wave operation, Breast cancer, Tumors, Optical properties, Imaging systems, Sensors, Magnetic resonance imaging, Tissue optics, Diffuse optical tomography

SPIE Journal Paper | August 4, 2015
NPh Vol. 2 Issue 03
KEYWORDS: Tissues, Modulation, Absorption, Blood circulation, Cerebral blood flow, Calibration, Head, Hemodynamics, Scattering, Optical properties

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | March 5, 2015
Proc. SPIE. 9319, Optical Tomography and Spectroscopy of Tissue XI
KEYWORDS: Optical fibers, Optical properties, Tissues, Blood, Diffusion, Blood circulation, Absorbance, Cerebral blood flow, Tissue optics, Absorption

SPIE Journal Paper | February 7, 2013
JBO Vol. 18 Issue 02
KEYWORDS: Chest, Reconstruction algorithms, Image restoration, Diffuse optical tomography, Sensors, Absorption, Image quality, Charge-coupled devices, Scattering, In vivo imaging

SPIE Journal Paper | March 1, 2009
JBO Vol. 14 Issue 02
KEYWORDS: Tumors, Breast, Tissue optics, Scattering, Biopsy, Tissues, Magnetic resonance imaging, Sensors, 3D image processing, In vivo imaging

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | February 13, 2006
Proc. SPIE. 6081, Multimodal Biomedical Imaging
KEYWORDS: Breast, Optical fibers, Radio optics, Tissues, Imaging systems, Sensors, Magnetic resonance imaging, Gadolinium, Absorption

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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 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 preclinical and clinical applications, especially critical care. 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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