Bioengineering

Research - Biomedical Imaging

New developments in biomedical imaging provide a window into complex biological phenomena. Imaging enables researchers to track the movements of molecules, cells, fluids, gases, or sometimes even whole organisms. Imaging techniques such as x-ray crystallography and magnetic resonance imaging can also yield information about important biological structures from single proteins to the human brain. The frontiers of biomedical imaging promise to make diagnosis of disease more accurate and less invasive, and to improve our understanding of disease.

At Stanford, Imaging research encompasses:

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