Tag: Jin Kang

Professor Jin Kang publishes article on accurately measuring tissue temperature during laser therapy

February 24, 2017

Professor Kang‘s article, titled Feasibility study: protein denaturation and coagulation monitoring with speckle variance optical coherence tomography, was recently published in the Journal of Biomedical Optics. In the article, Professor Kang posits his research on how to precisely measure the effect and temperature of tissue during laser therapy, with an emphasis on laser eye surgery. “We are […]

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Making Surgery Smarter and Safer

January 19, 2016

For years, Google has been hard at work on a smart car that promises to eliminate human error through technology, stemming both fender benders and deadly accidents without drivers needing to consciously act. It’s high time that surgeons had a similar system, says Jin Kang, the Jacob Suter Jammer Professor of Electrical Engineering and director of the Photonics and Optoelectronics Lab.

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Surgical Tools in a New Light

June 2, 2014

Thousands of disease sufferers, accident victims, and war veterans gain new lives every year thanks to organ transplants, reconstructive surgery, and the reattachment of body parts.

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