Articles about AI and pathology
January 25, 2021
Please read more about Duke's efforts to improve pathology, including our work on a smart microscope for automated pathology, in the following articles:
Deep learning for pupil and illumination paper published!
October 6, 2020
Congratulations to Kanghyun, Pavi and Colin and our collaborator Ron Appel on completing a nice new paper in Optics Letters!
COL awarded 2021 Duke Coulter Award
September 15, 2020
This new grant will fund our research efforts surrounding a portable "intelligent" microscope for rapid blood smear analysis. We'll be working closely with the Duke hospital over the next year to hopefully get some nice data in what should be an exciting project!
Congrats to Shiqi for Theo Pilkington Fellowship!
July 21, 2020
Shiqi was recently awarded a Theo Pilkington Fellowship for the upcoming year for his outstanding work as a PhD student - great job!!
Two new pre-print papers out!
July 12, 2020
Hot off the press - the Computational Optics Lab recently published two new papers that we're excited about:
Neurophotonics chapter is out
June 6, 2020
Our recent book chapter about wavefront engineering for imaging deep within the brain is now available... read more
Colin receives an NSERC Fellowship!
May 4, 2020
I'd like to congratulate Colin on receiving a fellowship from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, which will offer him some generous support for his research in our lab. Great job!
Kevin's new deep prior paper
April 18, 2020
Kevin's really interesting work, on improving the quality of 3D image reconstruction using a completely untrained deep learning network, is now published. Great job Kevin!
March 24, 2020
Kanghyun Kim, a new PhD student in the lab, recently was awarded the prestigious John T. Chambers Fellowship from the Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics (FIP) at Duke University - great job with all of your hard work!
Fourier ptychography review paper out!
March 20, 2020
We've just finished a comrehensive review paper on Fourier ptychography:
Rotating X-ray beams!
February 17, 2020
During a very fun and interesting collaboration with Dr. Lars Loetgoring from the Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography and Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, we helped suggest some new ways to create and characterize X-ray beams that rotate as they propagate.
Deep Image Prior for 3D imaging
December 24, 2019
Kevin's new paper is on using a "deep image prior" to improve the quality of 3D diffraction tomography reconstructions:
Machine Learning Microscope Paper!
November 24, 2019
Congrats to everyone involved in our latest publication:
October 27, 2019
SafineAI, a new start-up based on technology developed by the Computational Optics Lab, has been awarded the Microsoft Start-up Prize at Duke University.
Monthly update - September 2019
October 1, 2019
The Horstmeyer Lab is beginning work on two new grants!
1. A Duke Coulter Foundation award, aimed at creating a better microscope for rapid imaging cytopathology slides.
Monthly update - August 2019
September 5, 2019
The school year has now begun and Dr.
Monthly update - July 2019
August 1, 2019
A number of students have been busy in the lab this summer, making some great progress on their experiments. Here's a few highlights from what we've accomplished:
1. We have put the finishing touches on our lab's first official paper! Hopefully there will be many more to come.
Monthly update - June 2019
July 1, 2019
I'll try to post monthly updates from here on out. Here's what the Computational Optics Lab has been up to this June:
Welcome to Pavan!
January 13, 2019
We are happy to welcome Pavan Konda to our group. Pavan recieved his PhD and performed a short post-doc at the University of Glasgow, where he worked on a number of different optical experiments, including Fourier ptychography and miniaturized microscopes
Congratulations to Eric, who was awarded a Pratt Fellowship!
November 14, 2018
Eric has been and will continue to work on a project titled, "Micro-camera design for neural imaging"
Welcome to Wenhui
November 6, 2018
Wenhui Liu is a new visiting PhD student from Tsinghua, who will be working on problems related to parallelized detection of scattered light.
Lab setup: it might not look like much, but this is where the magic happens!
September 14, 2018
We've got some optics tables in here and are working to fill this lab space with fun equipment. Stop by CIEMAS 2584A if you'd like to come check out what we're working on!
Arrived at Duke!
July 2, 2018
I have recently arrived at Duke University and have begun to setup my lab! My office is CIEMAS 2569 and my lab is in CIEMAS 2584, feel free to stop by and say hi at any time, and/or send me an email if you are interested in joining in on any of the new projects that I have planned!
New paper: deep learning can "teach" a microscope how to capture better images
October 6, 2017
Deep learning algorithms have become a popular way to extract useful information from images (e.g., to classify, segment and track objects).