Silas J. Leavesley received a B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering in 2003 from Florida State University and a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering in 2008 from Purdue University. He is currently an assistant professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Pharmacology, and the Center for Lung Biology at the University of South Alabama. His research interests lie in the development of spectral imaging technologies for medical sciences research and clinical applications.
Feasibility for detection of autofluorescent signatures in rat organs using a novel excitation-scanning hyperspectral imaging system
An endoscope for simultaneous macroscopic navigation and microscopic inspection of luminal sidewalls
Application of quantitative morphological cytometry for evaluation of shear stress: potential for HCS systems
Quantification of morphology of bacterial colonies using laser scatter measurements and solid element optical modeling