2070 Neil Avenue
409 Hitchcock Hall
Bioimaging research in the department spans the molecular, cellular, tissue and organ scales. Numerous cutting edge technologies including Atomic Force Microscopy, Second-harmonic generation, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, CT-imaging and ultrasound, are being used to both develop new diagnostic procedures and to understand disease pathology. Significant collaborations exist with department of Radiology at OSUMC, the Wright Center of Innovation in Biomedical Imaging and other departments in the Medical Center.