Our lab focuses on the development and applications of novel optical microscopy techniques for biomedical imaging.

Recent Research Highlights

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Fast volumetric imaging

Variations of extended-depth-of-field (EDOF) imaging enable fast volumetric imaging over large fields of view.

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Active illumination microscopy

AIM is a technique to significantly increase the dynamic range and enhance the weak-signal sensitivity of a scanning microscope, without loss of information.

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Imaging through complex media

Adaptive optics is used to improve imaging through an aberrating phase screen or to control spectral decorrelation through a scattering medium.

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Contact Information

Lab Phone
617-358-2767
Physical Address
Life Sci. and Eng. Building
24 Cummington St. Rm. 248
Boston, MA 02215
Mailing Address
Boston University
Dept. of BME
44 Cummington St.
Attn.: Jerome Mertz
Boston, MA 02215
Jerome Mertz
617-358-0746
jmertz@bu.edu

Textbook

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A rigorous and comprehensive overview of the fundamentals of optical microscopy. Includes classical and modern techniques such as holographic, two-photon, and coherent anti-stokes Raman scattering microscopy.

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