Dr. Parisa Farzam
at Harvard Medical School
SPIE Involvement:
Area of Expertise:
Medical Optics , Light tissue interaction , Near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) , Diffuse correlation spectroscopy (DCS) , Diffuse optics , Neurology
Profile Summary

I received my PhD degree in Biomedical Photonics from ICFO-The Institute of Photonics Sciences (Spain). My PhD was focused on developing hybrid diffuse optics for monitoring of tissue hemodynamics with applications in oncology.
Currently, I am a research fellow at optics devision of Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging investigating the application of light in medical studies.I am mainly working on developing new devices/algorithms as well as applying them for clinical studies for better understanding of brain and brain injuries.
Publications (8)

SPIE Journal Paper | 20 February 2020
NPh Vol. 7 Issue 01
KEYWORDS: Cerebral blood flow, Spectroscopy, Biomedical optics, Neurophotonics, Medicine, Imaging spectroscopy, Radio optics, Radiology, Neurology, Patents

SPIE Journal Paper | 13 November 2018
NPh Vol. 5 Issue 04
KEYWORDS: Cerebral blood flow, Brain, Spectroscopy, Near infrared spectroscopy, Neurophotonics, Diffusion, Blood, Data acquisition, Blood pressure, Blood circulation

SPIE Journal Paper | 21 September 2017
NPh Vol. 5 Issue 01
KEYWORDS: Scattering, Sensors, Absorption, Tissue optics, Blood circulation, Optical fibers, Optical properties, Signal to noise ratio, Optical correlators, Tissues

Proceedings Article | 28 July 2017
Proc. SPIE. 10411, Clinical and Preclinical Optical Diagnostics

Proceedings Article | 19 April 2017
Proc. SPIE. 10050, Clinical and Translational Neurophotonics
KEYWORDS: Injuries, Doppler effect, Tissues, Ultrasonography, Spectroscopy, Transducers, Blood circulation, Cerebral blood flow, Standards development, Brain

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