Endobronchial optical coherence tomography for minimally invasive, volumetric microscopic imaging in interstitial lung disease
This talk explores a pioneering new technique, endobronchial optical coherence tomography (EOCT) for minimally invasive, volumetric microscopic imaging in interstitial lung disease.
There has been clinical success translation in a few areas outside of the lung regarding EOCT, with this technique offering a lot of promise in interstitial lung disease, discussion body of work and positive future directions short and long term.
- Gain insights into the timeline of how the technique was approached
- Gain knowledge on whether OCT can assess peripheral lung disease
- Preview initial studies and pilot studies undertaken
Dr Lida Hariri is an Assistant Professor of pathology and a translational biomedical optics researcher at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Harvard Medical School.
She is a practicing pathologist at MGH, specialising in pulmonary pathology. Her research lab focus is on the development, translation and clinical application of high-resolution optical imaging for early detection, diagnosis, and serial monitoring of pulmonary diseases, including interstitial lung disease and lung cancer.
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