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New imaging technique moves from lab to clinic
Date:3/25/2012

the optical techniques.

"So between the micro domain and the macro domain there's a huge divide, because people can't relate the images acquired at one length scale to those acquired at another.

"My hope is that photoacoustic tomography, which has consistent contrast over all length scales, can help translate the microscopic lab discoveries to macroscopic clinical practice."

For similar reasons, he thinks photoacoustic imaging will be useful for systems biology, the new movement in bioscience to focus on systems as a whole rather than on individual components.

"We're really just tool builders," Wang says, "who are going to help other scientists make the revolutionary discoveries in biology and medicine. At least that's my hope."


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Contact: Diana Lutz
dlutz@wustl.edu
314-935-5272
Washington University in St. Louis
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