Renan Arnon Romano is a Ph.D. student in the São Carlos Institute of Physics – University of São Paulo. He graduated in Physics and received a Master degree from the same institute. His expertise is pattern recognition in images and spectras. His research emphasizes understanding the photodynamic inactivation protocols using microscopy images. He is mainly interested in diagnostic optical and photonics systems.
Economic evaluation of photodynamic therapy implementation for non-melanoma skin cancer in the Brazilian public health system (Conference Presentation)
In vitro and in vivo studies of 2-photon photodynamic therapy for the treatment of conjunctival melanoma (Conference Presentation)
Multispectral confocal microscopy images and artificial neural nets to monitor the photosensitizer uptake and degradation in Candida albicans cells
Optical fluorescence spectroscopy to detect hepatic necrosis after normothermic ischemia: animal model