Seyed Mohsen Ranjbaran

Seyed Mohsen Ranjbaran
University of Illinois at Chicago | UIC · Biomedical Engineering

Master of Photonics

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Introduction
Seyed Mohsen Ranjbaran currently works at the Department of Physics, University of Isfahan. Seyed does research in Biomedical optics and Photoacoustic imaging.

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Publications (10)
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A synthetic phantom model is typically utilized to evaluate the initial performance of a photoacoustic image reconstruction algorithm. The characteristics of the phantom model (structural, optical, and acoustic) are required to be very similar to those of the biological tissue. Typically, generic two-dimensional shapes are used as imaging targets t...
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One of the key challenges in linear array transducer‐based photoacoustic computed tomography is to image structures embedded deep within the biological tissue with limited optical energy. Here, we utilized a manually controlled multi‐angle illumination technique to allow the incident photons to interact with the imaging targets for longer periods o...
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Transfontanelle ultrasound imaging (TFUI) is the conventional approach for diagnosing brain injury in neonates. Despite being the first stage imaging modality, TFUI lacks accuracy in determining the injury at an early stage due to degraded sensitivity and specificity. Therefore, a modality like photoacoustic imaging that combines the advantages of...
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Coronaviruses, which have been enveloped nonsegmented positive-sense RNA viruses, were first mentioned in the mid-1960s and can attack people as well as a wide range of animals (including mammals and birds). Three zoonotic coronaviruses have been identified as the cause of large-scale epidemics over the last two decades: Middle East respiratory syn...
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Diffuse optical tomography (DOT) and photoacoustic tomography (PAT) are functional imaging modalities that provide absorption coefficient maps of the tissue. Spatial resolution of DOT is relatively low due to light scattering characteristics of the tissue. On the other hand, although PAT can resolve regions of different absorptions with a high spat...
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Photoacoustic imaging (PAI) is an emerging label-free and non-invasive modality for imaging biological tissues. PAI has been implemented in different configurations, one of which is photoacoustic computed tomography (PACT) with a potential wide range of applications, including brain and breast imaging. Hemispherical Array PACT (HA-PACT) is a variat...

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