• on 26/07/2016

Professor Chen Yuan Dong’s lecture on Optical Imaging

Cornea is a transparent tissue that covers the front part of an eye. Because of its transparent property, light can pass through and be refracted by the corneal tissue. Our researchers have been working on various types of corneal pathologies including keratitis and keratoconus. We were honored to have Professor Chen Yuan Dong visit our department on 22nd July 2016 to share his experience on using multiphoton microscopy in corneal imaging. Professor Dong is currently the head of Microscopic Biophysics and Biophotonics Laboratory at Department of Physics, National Taiwan University, Taiwan.

From left: Dr Carol Cheung, Prof Chen Yuan Dong, Prof Calvin Pang, Assoc Prof Vishal Jhanji

 

Prof Dong is giving his talk on “Nonlinear Optical Imaging of Cornea Development and Pathology: Current State and Future Development”.

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