The research at the integrated Biofunctional Imaging and Therapeutics Laboratory (iBIT Lab) focuses on utilizing non-invasive acoustic and optical imaging techniques with nanomaterials and biological models to understand the structural, functional, molecular and biomechanical heterogeneity of pathologies such as cancer. The triangle in the iBIT lab logo depicts the three directions where biofunctional imaging will be utilized to improve patient care: 1. Guide surgical methods 2. Predict therapeutic response and 3. Design effective therapeutic strategies.

We are a team of Biomedical engineers with interdisciplinary background in Electronics, signal processing, molecular biology, optics and nanotechnology with collaborations with clinicians and researchers in theĀ  Boston Area. We are always looking for enthusiastic highly motivated individuals to join our team. Check out the current openings here.

January 23

Marvin defends his PhD dissertation!

November 6

Andrew teaches about Photoacoustic Imaging and Brooke teaches about Nanoparticle Synthesis at the Reverse Science Fair at Medford High School

May 20

Congratulations to the iBITers class of 2023!

April 28

Andrew Wins De Florez Prize in Human Engineering and Howard Sample Prize in Physics!

April 28

Valli Wins Engineering Faculty Mentorship Award

February 16

Look at who’s on the internet – Patrick and Andrew

Check it out here

February 1

iBIT takes SPIE Photonics West

Our lab visited San Fransisco to attend the SPIE Photonics West 2023 Conference! Chris, Skye, and Avijit gave great talks along with Marvin and Deeksha’s poster presentations! It was amazing to meet researchers from all over the world working on the development of Photoacoustic Imaging and Photodynamic Therapy.

December 14

Holiday Celebration

The iBIT Team played Yankee Swap to celebrate the end of the year!

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