Matthew S. Reed
at Univ of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
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Matthew currently manages the Medical Optics & X-ray Imaging (MOXI) Lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He received his BSc at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay. His research focuses on examining biomarkers to be used for diagnostics and assessment, especially for fluorescence-guided surgery. His other research interests include FLASH radiotherapy and molecular oxygen-sensing.

Publications (4)

SPIE Journal Paper | 21 September 2023 Open Access
Marien Ochoa, Alberto Ruiz, Ethan LaRochelle, Matthew Reed, Eren Berber, George Poultsides, Brian Pogue
JBO, Vol. 28, Issue 09, 096007, (September 2023) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.10.1117/1.JBO.28.9.096007
KEYWORDS: Imaging systems, Surgery, Fluorescence, Tissues, Light sources and illumination, Spatial resolution, Distortion, Contrast agents, Image processing, Visualization

SPIE Journal Paper | 8 August 2023 Open Access
Jacob Sunnerberg, William S. Thomas, Arthur Petusseau, Matthew S. Reed, P. Jack Hoopes, Brian W. Pogue
JBO, Vol. 28, Issue 08, 080901, (August 2023) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.10.1117/1.JBO.28.8.080901
KEYWORDS: Radiotherapy, In vivo imaging, Oxygen, Radiation effects, Tissues, Molecules, Tumors, Radio optics, In vitro testing, Skin

SPIE Journal Paper | 13 July 2023 Open Access
JBO, Vol. 28, Issue 07, 076001, (July 2023) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.10.1117/1.JBO.28.7.076001
KEYWORDS: Tumors, Tissues, Imaging systems, Permeability, Capillaries, Fluorescence imaging, Muscles, Data modeling, Biological imaging, Skin

Proceedings Article | 17 March 2023 Poster
Proceedings Volume PC12361, PC123610T (2023) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2668696
KEYWORDS: Hypoxia, In vivo imaging, Fluorescence imaging, Tumors, Tissues, Oxygenation, Oxygen, Mode conditioning cables, Surgery, Quenching

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