CNBP researcher Dr. Jiawen Li has given an invited talk at the Nanchang Hangkong University, China. Two of her current research projects on novel fibre-optic probes and a short description of CNBP activities and projects were presented to attendees.
Dr. Jiawen Li, CNBP researcher located at the University of Adelaide, has given an invited talk at the Med-X Research Centre, Shanghai Jiao Tong Univeristy, China. Her visit included discussions on potential collaborations with the Med-X Research Centre, one of the top biomedical engineering research centres in China.
Dr. Jiawen Li presented her team’s work at the 8th International Conference on Information Optics and Photonics (CIOP 2016) in Shanghai, July 17-29 and was awarded best poster award.
This award was based on research work by CNBP researchers Jiawen Li, Bryden Quirk, Rodney Kirk, Robert McLaughlin, et al. with the poster titled, “Application of 3D printing technology in manufacturing miniaturized lenses for endoscopic probes.”
We welcome several new team members to the CNBP and the University of Adelaide team more generally.
The first is Mr Bryden Quirk, joining us from Perth and who works alongside Chair of BioPhotonics Professor Rob McLaughlin. Bryden is working on the “fibre optical needle imaging” project and sits in the School of Medicine, CNBP and in the Biological Sensing and Medical Diagnostic Theme at the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS).
Next up is Dr Jiawen Li, Lecturer, also joining us from Perth, who works with Bryden Quirk and Professor Rob McLaughlin on the project “optical coherence tomography (OCT)” and sits in the School of Medicine, CNBP and in the Biological Sensing and Medical Diagnostic Theme at IPAS.
Welcome! It’s great to have you both on board!