Du Le received a PhD degree (2016) in Medical Physics & Radiation Sciences from McMaster University, a Bachelor's (2009) and Master's Degree (2010) in Biomedical Engineering from the Catholic University of America. His research interests focus on developing innovative optical spectroscopy and imaging method for non-invasive detection of human tissue abnormality which can serve as image guidance for surgery.
Dual-modality optical biopsy of glioblastomas multiforme with diffuse reflectance and fluorescence:
ex vivo retrieval of optical properties
Experimental recovery of intrinsic fluorescence and fluorophore concentration in the presence of hemoglobin: spectral effect of scattering and absorption on fluorescence
Monitoring the impact of pressure on the assessment of skin perfusion and oxygenation using a novel pressure device
Spectral variations in narrow band imaging depth-selectivity: mucosal scattering vs. hemoglobin absorption
Skin microvascular and metabolic response to pressure relief maneuvers in people with spinal cord injury
Quantitative evaluation of mucosal vascular contrast in narrow band imaging using Monte Carlo modeling