Physics and Disease
In my presentation, I will summarize our recent work on the physics of disease. I will start with a gentle introduction to biophysics of disease. This will be followed by photoacoustic and acoustic microscopy, development of nanosecond fiber lasers for imaging, optical tweezers for detection of sound, physical modeling of angiogenesis, tumor growth and drug delivery, proton therapy, and last of all, a short discussion of machine learning.
About The Speaker
Burçin Ünlü obtained his BS degree from ODTÜ, MS degree from Boğaziçi University, and Ph.D. from Stevens Institute of Technology all in Physics. After a research position at UC Irvine School of Medicine, he joined the faculty of Boğaziçi University Department of Physics in 2009. He is also a researcher at GI-CoRE, Hokkaido University since 2018. His research area is medical and biomedical physics, with emphasis on imaging and modeling.