Dual-Axis OCT for Diagnosis

Oct 28, 2021
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About This Webinar
Evan Jelly reviews recent progress in the development of dual-axis (DA) OCT as a powerful diagnostic tool to image deeper into highly scattering tissue, exposing morphology that otherwise goes undetected using conventional OCT. He discusses engineering and cost-reduction solutions aimed at developing functional DA-OCT technologies, and offers a brief review of his team's ongoing OCT studies and future directions of study.

***This presentation premiered during the 2021 BioPhotonics Conference. For more information on Photonics Media conferences, visit 

About the presenter:
Evan JellyEvan Jelly is a doctoral candidate working in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Duke University. His current work is centered around the development of low-cost OCT instrumentation. The work can be divided into two main research aims: developing novel delivery methods for OCT that are simple, robust, and applicable to general surgical applications; and investigating methods to improve the depth performance of OCT in highly scattering tissues. Jelly received a Bachelor of Science in physics from The College of New Jersey and an M.Sc. in biophotonics with distinction from Cardiff University. Before his time at Duke, he was a researcher for GE Healthcare's Cell Technology business, developing optical methods for high-content cellular analysis. Jelly also spent time at Florida State University working on single-molecule imaging of protein interactions and dynamics. Outside of research, he is active in scientific outreach and policy initiatives.
ImagingBiophotonicsdual-axis optical coherence tomographyDA-OCT
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