Optoacoustics and Optical: Complementary Modalities for Molecular Imaging

May 20, 2020
Judith Weber PhD, University of Cambridge Alexa Hasenbach, University of Münster Dr. Sheryl Roberts, Memorial Sloan Kettering
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Both optoacoustic and optical imaging are biophotonic molecular imaging technologies. In terms of performance, optical imaging can serve as an easy-to-use screening tool with limited resolution and depth penetration, while optoacoustic imaging can probe biological questions in more detail and at greater depth. In this webinar, three scientists present on their use of these complementary imaging modalities in a very diverse range of preclinical applications.

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