BME Frontiers Special Issue Advanced Optical Imaginig Biomedicine

Dear Colleague,

The Science Partner Journal BME Frontiers is proud to announce its first special issue on advanced optical imaging for biomedicine.

Optical imaging provides a direct way to inspect biological and medical objects. Rapid developments of novel optical imaging technology and instruments can lead to significant breakthroughs in understanding fundamental biological phenomena and rapid diagnosis of diseases such as Optical Coherence Tomography, Photo-acoustic Imaging, Stimulated Resonance Raman Imaging, Multiphoton Microscopy, Super-Resolution Microscopy, and many others. Some technologies have been translated to biomedical applications, and some are on the doorstep. Joint efforts from both optical and biomedical communities are still needed to fully discover the potential of these optical modalities and promote them as routine laboratory and/or clinical apparatus.

This special issue calls for papers reporting on the latest progress of optical imaging for biomedicine in theory, instrumentation, and application. Original research papers and review articles are both welcome. Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Photoacoustic imaging
  • Resonance Raman imaging (CARS or SRS)
  • Optical coherent tomography (OCT) for clinic applications
  • Optical endoscopy
  • Optical imaging guided surgery
  • Optical microscopy for biology and pathology
  • Machine learning and deep learning in optical imaging
  • Biomedical Engineering (BME) Frontiers is the third journal launched in the Science Partner Journal (SPJ) program. Learn more about BME Frontiers and how to submit your manuscript here.

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      All Article Processing Charges (APCs) are waived until 2022.

    The deadline for submissions is October 30, 2020. Please indicate in your cover letter that your submission is intended for inclusion in the special issue. We hope that you will consider submitting your research to BME Frontiers.



    Xingde Li, PhD, Johns Hopkins University
    Yuguo Tang, PhD, Suzhou Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technology
    Guoqi Zhang, PhD, Delft University of Technology

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