Michelle Completed the ECE Department Preliminary Research Proposal Seminar

Congratulations to Michelle Graham on her successful completion of the ECE Department preliminary thesis research proposal and seminar requirement!

Details about Michelle’s proposal seminar are available here: https://engineering.jhu.edu/ece/events/thesis-proposal-michelle-graham/?instance_id=1075#.YLSFAS33ZOk.

The topics discussed in Michelle’s seminar are summarized in the following publications:

Journal Articles

  1. Graham MT, Bell MAL, Photoacoustic Spatial Coherence Theory and Applications to Coherence-Based Image Contrast and Resolution, IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control, 67(10):2069-2084, 2020 [pdf]
  2. Graham MT, Huang J, Creighton F, Bell MAL, Simulations and human cadaver head studies to identify optimal acoustic receiver locations for minimally invasive photoacoustic-guided neurosurgery, Photoacoustics, 19:100183, 2020 [pdf]

Conference Proceedings

  1. Graham M, Creighton F, Bell MAL, Validation of eyelids as acoustic receiver locations for photoacoustic-guided neurosurgery, Proceedings of SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco, CA, March 6-11, 2021 [pdf]
  2. Graham M, Creighton F, Bell MAL, Investigation of acoustic windows for photoacoustic imaging of intracranial blood vessels, Proceedings of the 2020 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, Virtual, September 6-11, 2020 [pdf]
  3. Graham M, Guo J, Bell MAL, Simultaneous visualization of nerves and blood vessels with multispectral photoacoustic imaging for intraoperative guidance of neurosurgeries, Proceedings of SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco, CA, February 2-7, 2019 [pdf]
  4. Graham M, Bell MAL, Development and validation of a short-lag spatial coherence theory for photoacoustic imaging, Proceedings of SPIE Photonics West, San Francisco, CA, January 28-31, 2018 [pdf]
  5. M Graham, MAL Bell, Theoretical Application of Short-Lag Spatial Coherence to Photoacoustic Imaging, Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, Washington, DC, September 6-9, 2017 [pdf]