Stacey Markovic
EE PhD Candidate in Biomedical Optics at
SPIE Involvement:
Area of Expertise:
In Vivo Flow Cytometry , Near Infrared Imaging , Fluorescence Imaging , Nanomedicine , Rare Cell Enumeration , Optical Instrumentation
Profile Summary

Electrical engineer with experience in designing, building, and testing medical devices and instrumentation. Collaborated with many colleagues in a wide range of fields to implement design solutions for cancer, Parkinson's, and speech impediments.

Looking to apply engineering knowledge to preclinical and clinical research. Experience Highlights: in vivo flow cytometry, rare cell enumeration, in vivo fluorescence imaging, small animal studies, PCB design, wireless sensing with accelerometers, functional activity monitoring.

Awards include: NSF IGERT Nanomedicine Fellow, Most Outstanding Graduate Student Poster and Presentation Northeast Bioengineering Conference, and Best Interdisiplinary Poster Northeastern Research, Innovation, and Scholarship Expo.
Publications (2)

SPIE Journal Paper | 30 March 2015
JBO Vol. 20 Issue 03
KEYWORDS: In vivo imaging, Luminescence, Flow cytometry, Machine vision, Computer vision technology, Ear, Video, Cameras, Blood, Lithium

Proceedings Article | 19 May 2014
Proc. SPIE. 9155, Translational Biophotonics
KEYWORDS: Near infrared, Sensors, Blood, Skin, Bone, Optical testing, Ocean optics, Optical spectroscopy, Tissue optics, Light

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