Prof. Barry Cense
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Barry joins OBEL in January 2018 as Deputy Director.
Barry Cense studied Applied Physics at the Fontys Hogeschool Eindhoven (1995). He holds a PhD degree from Twente University, the Netherlands (2005). His research has brought him from the Netherlands (Philips Corporate Research), to the USA (Massachusetts General Hospital, Indiana University), Japan (Utsunomiya University) to Australia (University of Western Australia). His research interests include imaging of the human retina with ultra-high resolution polarization-sensitive optical coherence tomography and adaptive optics, retinal tracking and retinal diseases such as age-related macular degeneration and glaucoma.
Michael Jona Hackmann
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Michael joined OBEL as a Research Associate in June 2018. He received his BSc and MSc degree in Physics from the University of Münster (Germany) in 2013 and 2016, and a MSc in Advanced Physics from the University of Seville (Spain) in 2016.
Michael is interested in applications of polarization-sensitive OCT to study airway tissue remodeling due to Asthma. His activities include design, modeling and fabrication of all-fiber probes with tailored focal dimensions
and their application in endoscopic imaging.
In his spare time he enjoys surfing and teaching kids to surf, and reading
books (favourite: Cosmic Banditos by Allan Weisbecker).
Dr. Peijun Gong
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Peijun joined OBEL as a PhD student in November 2010 and is currently completing his study. He received his BS degree in electronic science and technology from Shandong University in 2009. His current research interests include the application of optical coherence tomography to disease assessment, with a focus on assessing microvasculature, tissue birefringence and optical attenuation.
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Shaghayegh joined OBEL as a PHD student in 2012. She is working on developing in vivo skin assessment techniques, using optical coherence tomography and optical coherence elastography.
Shaghayegh previously graduated her Master of Science degree in biomedical engineering (Bio-electrics) from University of Tehran in Iran. Working on spatial pattern analysis of brain activity in functional MRI data, she passed a 6-month research program in 2010 at university of Rostock in Germany.
She enjoys poetry and is interested in nature, humanity and culture.
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Qingyun Li joined OBEL as a PhD student in 2015. He’s interested in building various functional OCT systems.His current research includes the combination of polarisation sensitive OCT and angiographic OCT, ultra-high resolution imaging, etc.
Qingyun received his BS in Mechanical Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology and MS in Mechanical Engineering from Pohang University of Science and Technology.
Gavrielle joined OBEL as a PhD student in the summer of 2016. She is interested in developing novel imaging technologies which exploit properties of light-tissue interactions to provide label-free contrast for clinical imaging. She is currently working on needle-based functional OCT and fluorescence imaging systems to observe changes in tissue properties with the onset of disease. Previously, Gavrielle graduated from Cornell University with a BS degree in engineering and an MS degree in applied and engineering physics, where she studied novel methods of actuation and alternative imaging configurations for OCT-based elastography.