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Alexandre Douplik, PhD

Associate Professor

KHS 331B
Ryerson University
350 Victoria Street
Toronto, Ontario M5B 2K3
416-979-5000 x6538
douplik@ryerson.ca

Specialization

  • Biooptics
  • Biophotonics
  • Remote Physiological Monitoring by Light
  • Advanced Microendoscopy
  • Distant Voice and Gesture Recognition

Biographical Brief

At Ryerson since 2011.
Previously Habilitationsfach (Doctor of Science) in Biomedical Engineering, Erlangen University (Germany)
Ph.D. Medical Biophysics, Moscow Medical University (Russia) - Erlangen University (Germany)

Research

  • Spatial phase filtering for deep interrogation of highly scattering media (In collaboration with Bar-Ilan University, Israel)
  • Interstitial Microendoscopy (in collaboration with University Health Network (UHN), Toronto, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan and Kagoshima University, Japan)
  • Holography Interferometry Imaging (in collaboration with Montpellier University, France and Kyiv University, Ukraine)
  • Pulse Wave Velocity Imaging (PWVi) (in collaboration with St. Michael Hospital (SMH), Toronto and Oxilight Inc, Toronto)
  • Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopic Fiber Probe (In collaboration with Dr. Kumaradas and Tornado Spectral System, Toronto)

Research Laboratory

Biooptics Lab I
KHE 238-240
Physics Department
Faculty of Science
Ryerson University

Biooptics Lab II (wet lab)
Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Science and Technology (iBEST)
Keenan Research Centre of the Li Ka Shing (LKS) Knowledge Institute
St. Michael’s Hospital
209 Victoria Street
M5B 1T8
Toronto, Canada

Publications

2018:

  1. N. Davidenko, H. Mahdi, X. Zheng, I. Davidenko, V. Pavlov, N. Kuranda, N. Chuprina, S. Studzinsky, A. Pandya, H. Karia, S. Tajouri, M. Dervenis, C. Gergely, A. Douplik, "Holographic interferometry imaging monitoring of photodynamic (PDT) reactions in gelatin biophantom", Proc. SPIE 10612, Thirteenth International Conference on Correlation Optics, 106120H (18 January 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2305576;http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.2305576
  2. Johannes Rebling, Francisco Javier Oyaga Landa, Xosé Luís Deán-Ben, Alexandre Douplik, and Daniel Razansky, Integrated Catheter for Simultaneous Radiofrequency Ablation and Optoacoustic Monitoring of Lesion Progression, Optics Letters (accepted in February, 2018)

2017:

  1. N. Davidenko, X. Zheng, I. Davidenko, V. Pavlov, N. Chuprina, S. Studzinsky, A. Pandya, H. Karia, S. Tajouri, M. Dervenis, and A. Douplik, "Holographic Interferometry Monitoring of Hyperthermal and Photochemical Reactions with Human Hemoglobin," in Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging, OSA Technical Digest (online) (Optical Society of America, 2017), paper Th4A.2
  2. Ruben N. Pinto, Karan Bagga, Alexandre Douplik, Jason P. Acker, Michael C. Kolios, "Photoacoustic measurements of red blood cell oxygen saturation in blood bags in situ", Proc. SPIE 10064, Photons Plus Ultrasound: Imaging and Sensing 2017, 1006440 (3 March 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2253530
  3. Saiko, G., Zheng, X., Betlen, A., Douplik, A., Visualization of Methemoglobin Distribution in Tissues: Phantom Validation, Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology (Accepted in December 2017)
  4. O. Wagner, A. Pandya, Y. Chemla, H. Pinhas, I. Schelkanova, A. Shahmoon, Y. Mandel, A. Douplik, Z. Zalevsky, “Non-labelled lens-less micro-endoscopic approach for cellular imaging through highly scattering media”, Bioscience Reports, Nov 21, 2017, BSR20170027

2016:

  1. Yossef Danan; Tali Ilovitsh; Danping Liu; Hadar Pinhas; Moshe Sinvani; Yehonatan Ramon; Jonathan Azougi; Alexandre Douplik; Zeev Zalevsky Plasma dispersion effect assisted nanoscopy based on tuning of absorption and scattering resonances of nanoparticles, Proc. SPIE. 9721, Nanoscale Imaging, Sensing, and Actuation for Biomedical Applications XIII, 97210J. (March 07, 2016) doi: 10.1117/12.2210800
  2. H. Assadi, A. Pandya, I. Schelkanova, R. Karshafian, and A. Douplik, “Contrast enhancement for diffuse reflectance imaging by microbubbles," in Biomedical Optics 2016, OSA Technical Digest (online) (Optical Society of America, 2016), paper OW4D.4
  3. Homa Assadi; Valentin Demidov; Raffi Karshafian; Alexandre Douplik; I. Alex Vitkin Blood flow contrast enhancement in optical coherence tomography using microbubbles: a phantom study, Proc. SPIE. 9715, Optical Diagnostics and Sensing XVI: Toward Point-of-Care Diagnostics, 97151F. (March 04, 2016) doi: 10.1117/12.2211665
  4. Presentation to the Ministry of Research and Innovation of Ontario Government, Canada “Novel device for non-contact diabetic limb wound assessment”, Jan 2016 (https://www.stmichaelshospital.com/media/detail.php?source=hospital_news...) (https://www.stmichaelshospital.com/media/detail.php?source=hospital_news...)
  5. Hohmann, M., Kanawade, R., Klämpfl, F., Lengenfelder B., Douplik, A., Albrecht, H., Measurement of optical properties of pig esophagus by using a modified spectrometer set-up, J. Biophotonics, doi:10.1002/jbio.201600187 (2016)
  6. Hohmann, M., Kanawade, R., Klämpfl, F., Douplik, A., Mudter, J., Neurath, M. F. and Albrecht, H. (2016), In-vivo multispectral video endoscopy towards in-vivo hyperspectral video endoscopy. J. Biophoton. doi:10.1002/jbio.201600021 (2016)
  7. Homa Assadi, Valentin Demidov, Raffi Karshafian, Alexandre Douplik, I. Alex Vitkin, "Microvascular contrast enhancement in optical coherence tomography using microbubbles," J. Biomed. Opt. 21(7), 076014 (2016), doi: 10.1117/1.JBO.21.7.076014
  8. G. Saiko, K. Cross, A. Douplik “Mathematical Model of an Innate Immune Response to Cutaneous Wound in the Presence of Local Hypoxia”, Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXVIII, Vol 923: 427-433 (2016)
  9. Remote pulse wave velocity monitoring device “, Guennadiy Saiko, Michael-George Dervenis, Karen Cross, Alexandre Douplik, Ryerson Invention Disclosure, July 15, 2016
  10. “A Spatial Phase gated and pixel cross talk gated imaging and illumination device for deep interrogation of strongly scattering media,” Schelkanova Irina, Pandya Aditya, Zalevsky Zeev, Douplik Alexandre, Ryerson Invention Disclosure, registered May 23, 2016.
  11. Guennadiy Saiko, Karen Cross, Alexandre Douplik, "Apparatus and method for remote assessment of surface tissue physiology", US patent Serial No: US 62304555, 2016
  12. A. Douplik, D. Adler, B. Wilson, N. Marcon “Method for Identifying benign and malignant lesions in Barrett’s esophagus using white light endoscopy”, US patent US9295392, 2016

2015:

  1. Pandya, Aditya; Hilaneh, Jawad; Kumaradas, Carl; Douplik, Alexandre „Identifying/digital staining of diseased regions by monitoring disease specific marker molecules using Raman spectral libraries“, OSA Technical Digest (CD) (Optical Society of America, 2015), Optical Molecular Probes, Imaging and Drug Delivery, paper OW3D.5, doi:10.1364/OMP.2015.OW3D.5
  2. Schelkanova; A. Pandya; G. Saiko; L. Nacy; H. Babar; D. Shah; L. Lilge; A. Douplik, Evaluation of spatially resolved diffuse reflectance imaging for subsurface pattern visualization towards applicability for fiber optic lensless imaging setup: phantom experiments and simulation, Proc. SPIE. 9537, Clinical and Biomedical Spectroscopy and Imaging IV, 95371T. (July 15, 2015) doi: 10.1117/12.2183828
  3. Homa Assadi; Vincent Lee; Raffi Karshafian; Alexandre Douplik, Study optical properties of biological tissue in the presence of microbubbles, Proc. SPIE. 9321, Optical Interactions with Tissue and Cells XXVI, 93210X. (March 05, 2015) doi:
    10.1117/12.2075673
  4. Schelkanova, Irina and Pandya, Aditya and Saiko, Guennadi and Nacy, Lidia and Babar, Hannan and Shah, Duoaud and Lilge, Lothar and Douplik, Alexandre, "Spatially resolved, diffuse reflectance imaging for subsurface pattern visualization toward development of a lensless imaging platform: phantom experiments", Journal of Biomedical Optics, V21, Issue 1: 015004-015012 (2015)
  5. Yossef Danan, Yehonatan Ramon, Jonathan Azougi, Alexandre Douplik, Moshe Sinvani and Zeev Zalevsky, “Decoupling and tuning the light absorption and scattering resonances in metallic composite nanostructures”, Optics Express Vol. 23, Issue 22, pp. 29089-29099 (2015)
  6. I. Schelkanova, A. Pandya, A. Muhaseen, G. Saiko and A. Douplik "Early optical diagnosis of pressure ulcers", Chapter 21 in Biophotonics for medical application, Ed. I. Meglinsky, Elsevier, 2015

2014:

  1. Erwin Bay; Xosé Luis Dean Ben; Genny A. Pang; Alexandre Douplik; Daniel Razansky, Three-dimensional tracking of lesion profile during laser surgery based on shock wave detection, Proc. SPIE. 8943, Photons Plus Ultrasound: Imaging and Sensing 2014, 89431N. (March 03, 2014) doi: 10.1117/12.2040376
  2. Douplik, Alexandre; Schelkanova, Irina; Pandya, Aditya; Lilge, Lothar; Macdonald, Graham; Shah, Duoaud "MICROVASCULAR PATTERNS MONITORING VIA LENSLESS CMOS CHIP", OSA Technical Digest (online) (Optical Society of America, 2014), paper BS3A.48, doi:10.1364/BIOMED.2014.BS3A.48
  3. Douplik A, Hyperspectral and fluorescence biomedical imaging, The international Congress of Imaging Science (ICIS), Tel-Aviv (Israel) (2014)
  4. Victor Loschenov, Rudolf Steiner, Alexander Potapov and Alexandre Douplik "Novel Photomedicine," International Journal of Photoenergy, Novel Photomedicine Issue Volume 2014, Article ID 498620 (2014)
  5. Homa Assadi, Rafii Karshafian, Alexandre Douplik, "Optical scattering properties of intralipid phantom in presence of encapsulated microbubbles", International Journal of Photoenergy, Novel Photomedicine Issue Volume 2014, Article ID 471764, 9 pages (2014)
  6. Guennadi Saiko, Alexandre Douplik, "Reflectence of Biological Turbid Tissues Under Wide Area Illumination: Single Backward Scattering Approach", International Journal of Photoenergy, Novel Photomedicine Issue, Volume 2014, Article ID 241364, 8 pages (2014)
  7. Irina Schelkanova, Aditya Pandya, Guennadi Saiko and Alexandre Douplik, Measurements of diffuse reflectance signal using lensless CMOS imaging chip, Journal of Physics: Conference Series (JPCS), 541, 012098: 1-8 (2014)
  8. Arkady Rudnitsky, Asaf Shahmoon, Alexander Douplik, and Zeev Zalevsky, "Fiber endoscope with inflatable lens", Optics Communications, vol. 317: 53-56 (2014)
  9. Saiko, G., Pandya, A., Schelkanova, I., Sturmer, M., Beckert, R.J.; Douplik, A., "Optical Detection of a Capillary Grid Spatial Pattern in Epithelium by Spatially Resolved Diffuse Reflectance Probe: Monte Carlo Verification," Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of, vol.20, no.2, pp.1,9, March-April 2014, doi: 10.1109/JSTQE.2013. 2282278 (2014)
  10. Bay E., Douplik A., Ryazansky D., "Optoacoustic monitoring of cutting efficiency and thermal damage during laser ablation", Lasers in Medical Science, Volume 29, Issue 3, pp 1029-1035, doi:10.1007/s10103-013-1434-y, (2014)
  11. Alexandre Douplik "Laser Surgery", Chapter 01011 in Comprehensive Biomedical Physics, edited by Anders Brahme (ELS), Elsevier, 2014

2013:

  1. Bay E, Douplik A, Razansky D, Optoacoustic monitoring of cutting and heating processes during laser ablation Proc. SPIE 8581, Photons Plus Ultrasound: Imaging and Sensing 2013, 8581; 85813X (2013), doi:10.1117/12.2005027
  2. A. Douplik, “New generation of advanced microendoscopes”, Proceedings of Topical Problems of Biophotonics, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, 21-27 July, 2013
  3. Freedom from the lectern, Ryerson Today, (http://www.ryerson.ca/news/news/General_Public/20130426_ltef.html), April 2013
  4. Shahmoon A., Aharon S., Kruchik O., Hohmann M., Slovin H., Douplik A. & Zalevsky Z., “In vivo minimally invasive interstitial multi-functional microendoscopy”, Nature Scientific Reports 3, Article number: 1805, doi:10.1038/srep01805 (2013)
  5. Bay, E., Deán-Ben, X. L., Pang, G. A., Douplik, A. and Razansky, D. (2013), Real-time monitoring of incision profile during laser surgery using shock wave detection. J. Biophoton. doi: 10.1002/jbio.201300151 (2013)
  6. A. Douplik, D. Adler, B. Wilson, N. Marcon “Method for Identifying benign and malignant lesions in Barrett’s esophagus using white light endoscopy”, US patent Serial No: US 20130178748, 2013

2012:

  1. A. Douplik, "Microendoscopy of small ducts as a potential tool for guiding and monitoring intraductal biopsy and therapy", Proceedings of Canadian Association of Physicists Congress, Physics in Canada, V. 67-2 (Supplement), W2-13, 2012.
  2. A. Douplik, M. Hohmann, W. L. Leong, A. M. Easson, S. Done, H-G. Schaaf, B. C. Wilson, “Fluorescence microendoscopy of small ducts as a potential tool for guiding and monitoring laser intruductual surgery”, Proceedings of Conference of Laser Surgery and Medicine 2012 (CLSM 2012), April 26-27, 2012, Yokohama, Japan, pp. 40-41 (2012)
  3. A. Shahmoon, A. Douplik, Z. Zalevsky, “Multicore-fiber microendoscope as a potential tool for intravascular laser surgery guidance,” Proceedings of Conference of Laser Surgery and Medicine 2012 (CLSM 2012), April 26-27, 2012, Yokohama, Japan, pp. 60-61 (2012).
  4. E. Bay, A. Douplik, and D. Razansky “Remote optoacoustic feedback for laser surgery,” Proceedings of Conference of Laser Surgery and Medicine 2012 (CLSM 2012), April 26-27, 2012, Yokohama, Japan, pp. 56-57 (2012).
  5. O. Zhernovaya, V. Tuchin, A Douplik, “Multi-Wavelength Monitoring of the Real Part of Hemoglobin Refraction Index During Heating,” Proceedings of Conference of Laser Surgery and Medicine 2012 (CLSM 2012), April 26-27, 2012, Yokohama, Japan, pp. 58-59 (2012).
  6. A. Douplik, W. l. Leong, A. Easson, S. Done, B. Wilson, A. Shahmoon, and Z. Zalevsky, Microendoscopic spectral imaging as a tool for small ductual diagnostics: preliminary experience, Journal of Innovative Optical Health Sciences (JIOHS), 05: 1250021 1-7 (2012)
  7. Guennadi Saiko, Alexandre Douplik "Real-Time Optical Monitoring of Capillary Grid Spatial Pattern in Epithelium by Spatially Resolved Diffuse Reflectance Probe," Innovative Optical Health Sciences (JIOHS), 05, 1250005 1-9 (2012)
  8. Douplik, A., Zanati, S., Saiko, G., Streutker, C., Loshchenov, M., Adler, D., Cho, S., Chen, D., Cirocco, M., Marcon, N., Fengler, J. and Wilson, B. C. (2012), Diffuse reflectance spectroscopy in Barrett’s Esophagus: developing a large field-of-view screening method discriminating dysplasia from metaplasia. J. Biophotonics 7, No. 5, 304–311 doi: 10.1002/jbio.201200114 (2012)
  9. Ekaterina Krauss, Abbas Agaimy, Alexandre Douplik, Heinz Albrecht, Helmut Neumann, Arndt Hartmann, Ralf Hohenstein, Martin Raithel, Markus F. Neurath, Jonas Mudter, Normalized Autofluorescence Imaging Diagnostics in Upper GI Tract: A New Method to Improve Specificity in Neoplasia Detection, International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Pathology, Int J Clin Exp Pathol. 5(9): 956-64. (2012)
  10. O. Sydoruk; O. Zhernovaya; V. Tuchin; A. Douplik, Refractive index of solutions of human hemoglobin from the near-infrared to the ultraviolet range: Kramers-Kronig analysis J. Biomed. Opt. 17 (11), 115002 (2012)
  11. A. Korovin, A. Douplik, Prospective for creating a near-field scalpel for laser surgery, Optics Letters, Vol. 37 Issue 21, pp.4510-4512 (2012)
  12. Florian Stelzle, Werner Adler, Azhar Zam, Katja Tangermann-Gerk, Christian Knipfer, Alexandre Douplik, Michael Schmidt and Emeka Nkenke, In Vivo Optical Tissue Differentiation by Diffuse Reflectance Spectroscopy: Preliminary Results for Tissue-Specific Laser Surgery SURG INNOV, vol. 19 no. 4, 385-393 (2012)
  13. A. Shahmoon, A. Douplik, Z. Zalevsky “Micro-size multi-core fiber as an imaging tool for internal organ examination”, Physics Procedia 39 (2012) 830 – 834
  14. A. Douplik, G. Saiko, I. Schelkanova, V. V. Tuchin "The response of tissue to laser light," Chapter 2 in Lasers for medical applications, Edited by H. Jelinkova, Woodhead Publishing, 2012

2011:

  1. Martin Hohmann, Alexandre Douplik, Janani Varadhachari, Aulia Nasution, Jonas Mudter, Markus Neurath, and Michael Schmidt “Preliminary results for hyperspectral videoendoscopy diagnostics on the phantoms of normal and abnormal tissues: towards gastrointestinal diagnostics”, Proc. SPIE 8087, 80872N (2011)
  2. A. Douplik, W. L. Leong, A. M. Easson, S. Done, G. Netchev, B. C. Wilson, “Preliminary experience of autofluorescence mammary ductoscopy”, Proceedings of Topical Problems of Biophotonics, July 2011, St. Petersbourg-Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, 15-22 July, 2011
  3. Krauss E., Douplik A., Albrecht H., Agaimy A., Hohenstein R., Neurath M., Mudter J. “Normalized autoflluorescence imaging diagnostics in upper GI tract: a new method to improve specificity in neoplasia detection”, Gastroenterologie Viszeralchirurgie, Viszeralmedizin, 5. Herbsttagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Allgemein- und Viszeralchirurgie gemeinsam mit den Arbeitsgemeinschaften der DGAV P070: 228 (2011)
  4. Jan Paulus, Joachim Hornegger, Michael Schmidt, Alexandre Douplik, Georg Michelson “A Polarized Dual-Projection System to Evaluate Stereo Vision”, Proc. of ARVO (The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Inc.) Conference, 2011
  5. Rajesh Kanawade, Gennadi Sayko, Michael Schmidt, and Alexandre Douplik “In vivo monitoring of vessel density pattern in skin phantoms for the application of early sign of shock detection by using diffuse reflectance spectroscopy”, Proc. SPIE 7890, 789009 (2011)
  6. SPIE-News, “Intraductal Approach: Preliminary Experience of Autofluorescence Mammary Ductoscopy”, Feb 2011 http://spie.org/newsroom/3582-preliminary-experience-of-autofluorescence...
  7. Florian Stelzle, Azhar Zam, Werner Adler, Katja Tangermann-Gerk, Alexandre Douplik, Emeka Nkenke and Michael Schmidt “Optical Nerve Detection by Diffuse Reflectance Spectroscopy for Feedback Controlled Oral and Maxillofacial Laser Surgery”, Journal of Translational Medicine, 09:20 (2011)
  8. Zhernovaya O., Sidoruk O., Tuchin V., Douplik A., “The refractive index of human hemoglobin in the visible range”, Phys Med Biol. 56(13): 4013-21 (2011)
  9. Alexandre Douplik, Wey L. Leong, Alexandra Easson, Susan J. Done, George Netchev and Brian C. Wilson "Preliminary experience of autofluorescence mammary ductoscopy", Biomedical Optics and Medical Imaging SPIE newsroom, 24 October 2011
  10. Alexandre Douplik, David Rioux, Marie Laferrière, Olga Zhernovaya, Lothar Lilge, Duoaud Shah, Michel M. Meunier, Andrei V. Kabashin "Photodynamic Therapy with Silicon Nanoparticles", Photodiagnosis and Photodynamic Therapy, V. 8 (2): 207 (2011)
  11. A. Douplik, A. Stratonnikov, O. Zhernovaya and V. Loschenov “Modifications of Blood Optical Properties during Photodynamic Reactions in Vitro and in Vivo”, Chapter 20 in “Advanced optical cytometry: methods and disease diagnoses”, Edited by V.V. Tuchin, Wiley-VCH, 2011
  12. A. Douplik “Intraoperative OCT”, Chapter 25 in Handbook of Biophotonics, Edited by J. Popp, V. Tuchin, M. Strehle Wiley-VCH, 2011
  13. A. Douplik “OCT in urology”, Chapter 31 in Handbook of Biophotonics, Edited by J. Popp, V. Tuchin, M.Strehle Wiley-VCH, 2010, April 2011

Group Members

Current Trainees:

PhD

  1. Aditya Pandya, 2012-present, “Surface Enhanced Raman fiber probes”, Ryerson University, Canada (apandya@ryerson.ca)

MSc

  1. Xiao Zheng (Ryerson) „Development of biotissue phantoms for optical modalities “, 2016-2018, (xiao.juan.zheng@ryerson.ca)

Research Assistants

  1. Faraz Sadrzadeh-Afsharazar “Combined Multi-wavelength Laser Source: Optical Design”, Research Assistance, Ryerson University, 2013-present (fsadrzad@ryerson.ca)
  2. Marilyn D'Souza “Digital Interface for Combined Multi-wavelength Laser Source: Hardware and Software”, Research Assistance, Ryerson University, 2017-present (marilyn.dsouza@mail.utoronto.ca)
  3. Aman Ladak “Optical Properties of Gold Nanoparticles in highly scattering media”, 2017-present, (aman.ladak@mail.utoronto.ca)
  4. Mariana Zavala Serret, “Coating for Surface Raman Enhancement surfaces”, 2016-present, (mariana.zavalaserret@ryerson.ca)
  5. Faranak Dayyani, “1-10 micron microfluidic device”, 2017-present, (faranak.dayyani@ryerson.ca)
  6. Karan Bagga, “Blood Storage Non-invasive Diagnostics device”, 2015-present, (karan.bagga@ryerson.ca)
  7. Hamza Mahdi, “Multispectral holographic interference (HI) imaging technique to monitor pharmaceutical reactions in biotissues and biofluids”, 2017-present, (hamza.mahdi@ryerson.ca)
  8. Sina Sartipzadeh Amirghas, “Remote pulse wave velocity monitoring device: hardware development”, 2017-present, (ssartipz@ryerson.ca)
  9. Parnian Majd, “Remote pulse wave velocity monitoring device: software (CUDA processing) development”, 2017-present, (pmajd@ryerson.ca)

Former Trainees:

Postdocs

  1. Gennadiy Sayko (Ryerson), 2011-2016, “Multispectral Imaging for Wound and Skin Diagnostics”, (gsaiko@ryerson.ca) (Now – CEO and President of Oxilight Corp, Toronto)
  2. Asaf Shahmoon (Bar-Ilan University, Israel), 2012-2015 (co-supervisor), “Micro-size multi-core fiber as an imaging tool for internal organ examination”, Bar-Ilan University, Israel (Now – CEO and President of Z-square, Israel)

PhD

  1. Homa Assadi (Ryerson), 2012-2017, “Study of optical absorption and scattering contrast of shell encapsulated gas-core microbubbles in biotissues environment”, Ryerson University, Canada (homa.assadi@ryerson.ca) (Currently: looking for job)
  2. Olga Zhernovaya, “Optics of blood and glycation of blood proteins”, 2011-2016, Ryerson University, Limerick University, and Saratov University, (olga_zhernovaya@hotmail.com) (Co-supervisor) (Currently: postdoc at Saratov University)
  3. Victoria Bylycheva (Ryerson), “Development of Spatial Phase Filter for Deep Interrogation of Highly Scattering Media”, Ryerson University, 2016, (changed the project and continues PhD study at Ryerson University) (vbulycheva@ryerson.ca)
  4. Irina Schelkanova (Ryerson), 2011-2015, “Development of fiber sensor for real time determination of capilllary grid spatial structure and density”, Ryerson University, Canada (irina.schelkanova@ryerson.ca) (Currently – Senior Researcher at ITMO, Russia)
  5. Martin Hohmann (FAU-Ryerson), “Hyperspectral & Fluorescence Imaging Diagnostics & Guidance for the Surgery of Stomach Cancer”, (withdrawn from Ryerson Cotutelle PhD program), 2009-2014 FAU, (Martin.Hohmann@lpt.uni-erlangen.de) (Currently – PhD student at FAU)
  6. Azhar Zam (FAU), 2007-2011, “Sensor-regulated tissue specific laser surgery”, 2007-2011 completed at SAOT, FAU, azhar.zam@unibas.ch) (Now: Assistant Professor, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland)

MSc

  1. Ruben Pinto (Ryerson): “Characterization of blood storage lesions using photoacoustic technologies”, 2014-2016, (ruben.pinto@ryerson.ca) (Currently – industrial scientist, Toronto, Canada)
  2. Dena Monjazebi (Ryerson): Interstitial Biopsy and Microsurgery Guidance in Breast Cancer ex vivo “, 2014-2016, (dena.monjazebi@ryerson.ca) (Currently – PhD student, Ryerson University)
  3. Michael-George Dervenis (Ryerson) „Remote pulse wave velocity monitoring device “, 2016-2017 (withdrawn from the program), (mderveni@ryerson.ca)
  4. Kenneth Webster (Ryerson) “Interstitial Biopsy and Microsurgery Guidance in Breast Cancer in vivo “, 2016-2018, (withdrawn from the program)
  5. Sebastian Dittmar (FAU), “Study of gold nanoparticles optical properties within biotissues for diagnostics and therapy”, 2010-2012 FAU, (s.dittmar@ergo-tec.com) (Now – Medical Technologies Project Manager, Ergo-Tec, Germany)
  6. Saikat Kamal (FAU), “Study of opto-mechanical properties of laser ablated biotissues”, 2010-2012 SAOT, LPT, FAU, (Saikat.Kamal@informatik.stud.uni-erlangen.de) (Currently – PhD student at FAU)
  7. Ying Jen Chen (FAU), “Development of the matrix light source for fiber sensor for in vivo monitoring of epithelium vessel/capillary density”, 2010-2012 completed as “Excellent”, (chen.yinjen@msa.hinet.net) (Now – PhD Student at Heidelberg University, Germany)

International Interns

  1. Slim Tajouri, Biomedical Physics and Engineering, Montpellier University, France, Diploma Work “Experimental and theoretical analysis of properties of mixture of scatterers containing Hemoglobin”, 2016 (slim.tajouri@ryerson.ca) (Currently – licensed engineer, Paris, France)
  2. Harshad Karia, University College London (UCL), UK, “Interactive biotissue phantoms for optoacoustic tomography”, 2016-2017, (harshad.karia.13@ucl.ac.uk) (Currently – licensed pharmacist, London, UK)

MSc Final Year Project

  1. Salah Seman (FAU), “Study of singlet oxygen production by Si nanoparticles”, 2011-2012, FAU, (salahseman@gmail.com)
  2. Janani Varadhachari (FAU), “Fulfillment of biotissue phantoms for biooptics”, 2011-2012, FAU, (shirdrock@gmail.com)
  3. Zeinab Eskandarian (FAU), “Experimental and theoretical analysis of properties of mixture of scatterers” 2010-2011 completed in FAU, (zeinab.eskandarian@gmail.com)

Research Assistants

  1. Sharif Mansour “Combined Multi-wavelength Laser Source: Software”, Research Assistance, Ryerson University, 2016-2017, (sharif.mansour@ryerson.ca)
  2. Jonathan Bonilla, “Hyperspectral gesture and voice driven system”, 2017 (jonathan.bonilla@ryerson.ca)
  3. Nuaira Mohammed „Development of a smartphone application for blood analysis” Research Assistant, Ryerson University-Novadaq Technologies Corporation, 2014 – 2015, (n36moham@ryerson.ca)
  4. Fatma Mohammed Khedr “Combined Multi-wavelength LED Source”, Research Assistance, Ryerson University, 2015-2016 (fatma.mohamedkhedr@ryerson.ca)
  5. Kenneth Macko “Microprocessor for pulse wave monitoring”, Research Assistance, Ryerson University, 2015-2015 (kmacko@ryerson.ca) (Currently – Engineer in Oxylight Corp.)
  6. Michael-George Dervenis “Monitoring of skin burns via mapping water concentration”, Research Assistant, Ryerson University-St. Michael Hospital, 2014 – 2015, (mderveni@ryerson.ca)
  7. Hanan Babar “Augmented Reality Educational Platform“, Research Assistant, Ryerson University, 2014 – 2015, (hannan.b.94@gmail.com
  8. Lior Dubnitzky „Spectral imaging for endoscopic cancer disgnostics“, Research Assistant, Ryerson University, 2013 – 2014, (lior.dubnitzky@ryerson.ca)
  9. Samuel Peters “Biotissue phantoms for biooptics and optoacoustics“, Research Assistant, Ryerson University, 2013 – 2014, (samuel.peter@ryerson.ca)

Coop Students

  1. Abdulrahman Abdulghafar, (UoWaterloo Coop Student), “Microsoft Hololens Virtual Labs”, 2017 (aabdulghafar@edu.uwaterloo.ca)
  2. Rashid Mashrukh (UoWaterloo Coop Student), “Holography Interferometry”, 2016 (m24rashi@uwaterloo.ca)
  3. Rayyan Ghani (UoWaterloo Coop Student), “3D gesture and voice recognition system, 2016 (rghani03@gmail.com)
  4. Tianxing Xue, (University of Waterloo, Canada), “Remote pulse wave monitoring iPhone application”, Ryerson University, 2015-2016

Undergrad Last Year Projects

  1. Akinpelumi Olukunle, "Developing Monolayer Films Through Continuous Flow Microfluidics," 2016-2017, (aolukunl@ryerson.ca)
  2. Aryan Safakish, "Optimization of Microsphere Monolayers in Preparing Nanostructures to enhance Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Signals," 2016-2017, (asafakis@ryerson.ca)
  3. Farishta Sultani, "Designing a quality control test protocol for polystyrene microsphere monolayers through processing of images acquired from Surface Profilometer and Atomic Force microscopes (AFM)," 2016-2017, (fsultani@ryerson.ca)
  4. Anna Chen, "The Design and Optimization of Thin (100um: 2mm) Tissue Mimicking Phantoms using OCT to Verify the Layer Thickness," 2016-2017, (anna.chen@ryerson.ca)
  5. Michael-George Dervenis "Remote pulse wave monitoring hand held device," 4th year project, Ryerson University, 2015-2016 (mderveni@ryerson.ca)
  6. Pardis Saljoughian-Esfahani "Design of multiple photon collection geometries for Raman Spectroscopy to evaluate enhanced collection efficiency for spontaneous and surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy," 4th year project, Ryerson University, 2015-2016 (pardis2.saljoughiane@ryerson.ca)
  7. Cyrus Talebpour "Contrast enhancement in diffuse reflectance imaging system by injection of microbubble to phantom," 4th year project, Ryerson University, 2015-2016 (cyrus.talebpour@ryerson.ca)
  8. Lidya Nacy "Dependence of the Resolution on Scattering Coefficient, Thickness, Detector Size, and Step Size in Epithelium Tissue," 4th year project, Ryerson University, 2014-2015, (lidia.nacy@ryerson.ca)
  9. Jawad Hilaneh "Development of a library of spectrum for different substances obtained using Raman Spectroscopy," 4th year project, Ryerson University, 2014-2015, (jhilaneh@ryerson.ca)
  10. Charles Wilson "OpticStudio Modeling in the Design of an LED Solar Simulator," 4th year project, Ryerson University, 2014-2015, (charles.wilson@ryerson.ca)
  11. Kiron Gonidis "The development of a next-generation solar simulator using LED technology," 4th year project, Ryerson University, 2014-2015, (kiron.gonidis@ryerson.ca)
  12. Anthea Salinas "Assessment of polystyrene nano spheres during nanosphere lithography using a camera-filter coupling," 4th year project, Ryerson University, 2014-2015, (anthea.salinas@ryerson.ca)
  13. Wagner Von Helden Schunemann "Photosensitizer Doped Dental Composite for Photodynamic Therapy in Dentistry" MITACS GLOBAL Student, San-Paulo University, Brazil, (wagnerschunemann@gmail.com)
  14. Deirdre Sequeira "Accurate measurement of collimated transmission," 4th year project, Ryerson University 2013 – 2014, (deirdre.e.sequeira@ryerson.ca)
  15. Ermias Woldemichael "Investigation of Environmental Influence on Raman Scattering," 4th year project, Ryerson University, 2013 – 2014, (ewoldemi@ryerson.ca)
  16. Graham MacDonald "Monitoring of Vessel Density for Cancer Diagnostics," 4th year project, Ryerson University, 2013 – 2014, (graham.macdonald@ryerson.ca)
  17. Ruben Pinto "Development of remote sensing technology for critical health parameters," 4th year project, Ryerson University, 2013 – 2014, (ruben.pinto@ryerson.ca)
  18. Abdulkarim Muhaseen "Development of a smartphone application for blood analysis," 4th year project, Ryerson University, 2013 – 2014, (abdulkarim.muhaseen@ryerson.ca)
  19. Sami Boubertakh "Discrete Light source for spectral imaging," 4th year project, Ryerson University, 2013-2014, (sami.boubertakh@ryerson.ca)

Funding

External Awards

2017
Project Title: "Holography Interference Imaging for Biomedical Application”
Agency and Program: NSERC USRA for student Hamza Mahdi (Peer Reviewed)
Value (percentage): $6500 (100%)
Award Dates: May 15, 2017-Sep 1, 2017

Project Title: “A time, spatial and phase domain gated multispectral imaging for diagnostics and therapy monitoring”
Agency and Program: NSERC Discovery (Peer Reviewed)
Value (percentage): $105,000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Dates: April 1, 2017 – March 31, 2022

2016
Project Title: “Development of the MultIspectral MObile tiSsue Assessment (MIMOSA) device”
Agency and Program: CIHR Project Scheme: 2016 1st Live Pilot (Peer Reviewed)
PI: General Leong
Co-PIs: Karen Cross, Alexandre Douplik, Elisa Greco, Michael Kolios
Value: $386,072
Award Dates: Oct 1, 2016 – Sep 30, 2019

Project Title: “Evaluation of heat generation by metal coated optical fibers for hyperthermic effects in media with high water content”
Agency and Program: NSERC Engage (Panel Reviewed)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Value (percentage): $25,000 (100%)
Award Dates: July 31, 2016 – January 30, 2017

Project Title: “Evaluation and integration of optical imaging methodologies towards enhancement of physiological information provided by how2trak® platform.”
Agency and Program: Ontario Centres of Excellence – Voucher for Innovation Program (Panel Reviewed)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Value (percentage): $25,000 (100%)
Award Dates: Feb 1, 2016 – July 31, 2016

Project Title: “Pulse Wave Velocity Imaging in the Assessment of Peripheral Artery Disease.”
Agency and Program: St. Michael Hospital Foundation (Panel Reviewed)
PI: Karen Cross
Co-PI: Alexandre Douplik
Value (percentage): $24,000 (50%)
Award Date: Feb 20, 2016

2015
Project Title: “Evaluation of optical imaging methodologies towards development of a novel wound imaging system”
Agency and Program: NSERC Engage (Panel Reviewed)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Value (percentage): $25,000 (100%)
Award Dates: October 1, 2015 – March 31, 2016

Project Title: “Development of Handheld Device for Diagnostics of Skin Wounds and its Treatment”
Agency and Program: Government of Ontario Fall/Winter RA Program (Peer Reviewed)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Value (Percentage): $4000 (100%)
Award Dates: September 2, 2015 – April 9 2016

Project Title: “Experimental evaluation of sound recognition and sound localization methodologies towards development of a novel semi-automated sound localization system”
Agency and Program: NSERC Engage ((Panel Reviewed)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Value (percentage): $25,000 (100%)
Award Dates: April 1, 2015 –September 30, 2015

2014
Project Title: “Experimental evaluation of multi-wavelength illumination system for tissue differentiation and surgical guidance”
Agency and Program: NSERC Engage ((Panel Reviewed)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Value (percentage): $25,000 (100%)
Award Dates: August 1, 2014 –January 31, 2015

Project Title: “Study of water distribution for diagnostics of skin damage and its treatment”
Agency and Program: Government of Ontario Fall/Winter RA Program (Peer Reviewed)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Value (Percentage): $4000 (100%)
Award Dates: September 2, 2014 – April 9 2015

Project Title: “Characterization of blood storage lesions using photoacoustic technologies”
Agency and Program: Collaborative Health Research Project (NSERC partnered) (Peer Reviewed)
PI: Michael Kolios (Ryerson)
Co-PIs: Alexandre Douplik
Value (percentage): $448,652.00 (30%)
Award Dates: June 1, 2014 – May 31, 2017

Project Title: “Study of Optical Properties of Nanoparticle Photosensitizers”
Agency and Program: FRENCH EMBASSY IN CANADA (Science and Technology Service)
Value (Percentage): $4000 CAD (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Dates: September 8-15, 2014

Project Title: “Photosensitizer Doped Dental Composite for Photodynamic Therapy in Dentistry”
Agency and Program: MITACS Global Link (Peer Reviewed)
Value (Percentage): $10,000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Dates: May 1, 2014 – August 31, 2014

2013
Project Title: “: Development of a smartphone application for immediate in vivo blood cell analysis”
Agency and Program: Government of Ontario Fall/Winter RA Program (Peer Reviewed)
Value (Percentage): $4000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Dates: September 16, 2013 – April 30, 2014

Project Title: “Experimental evaluation of biotissue ablation performance for the novel tunable MOPA laser system towards development of a novel "smart" laser scalpel”
Agency and Program: NSERC Engage (Panel Reviewed)
Value (percentage): $25,000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Dates: October 1, 2013 – March 31, 2014

Project Title: "Development of a fiber sensor to characterize capillary density" Agency and Program: NSERC USRA for student Abdulkarim Muhaseen (Peer Reviewed)
Value (percentage): $4500 (100%)
Award Dates: Summer, 2013

Project Title: “Spectrophotometer for exploratory photoacoustic spectroscopy and molecular theragnostics”
Agency and Program: NSERC RTI (Peer Reviewed)
Value (percentage): $98,130 (25%)
PI: Michael Kolios (Ryerson)
Co-PIs: Alexandre Douplik, Devica Chitrani, Vlad Torontov
Award Date: March 28, 2013

Project Title: “Surface Enhanced Raman Fiber Sensor For Endoscopic Early Detection of Tumor-related Biomolecules in Gastroenterology”
Agency and Program: Banting Foundation, Canada (Peer Reviewed)
Value (percentage): $19,998 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Dates: Nov 18, 2012 – Nov 17, 2013

2012
Project Title: “A hyperspectral reflectance and multispectral fluorescence video flexible endoscopic system for diagnostics and surgery”
Agency and Program: NSERC Discovery (Peer Reviewed)
Value (percentage): $100,000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Dates: April 1, 2012 – March 31, 2017

Internal Awards

Dean’s Travel Fund
For travel to the Advanced Photonic Congress, Switzerland, July 2018
Value (percentage): $1000 (100%)
Award Date: March 24, 2018

FOS Dean's Research Fund - Research Tools and Instrumentation grant “Addition of Raman Microscope Facility (RMF) to Compact Atomic Force (AFM) and Scanning Near-field Optical Microscopy (SNOM) for biochemical, biomedical and nanostructure studies”
Value (percentage): $13,900 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: August, 2017 – August, 2018

Ryerson FOS ACCELERATOR grant (supplement to NSERC Discovery).
Project Title: A time, spatial and phase domain gated multispectral imaging for diagnostics and therapy
Value (percentage): $16,000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik Award
Date: April, 2017 – March, 2019

Project Title: “Development of remote blood pressure monitoring” Agency and Program: Faculty of Science (FOS) Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Research Opportunities Program, PI: Alexandre Douplik Value (Percentage): $ 9,888.20 (100%) Award Dates: May 1, 2017 – August 31, 2017

Ryerson Health Research Fund
Project Title: “Study of pulse wave velocity propagation for patients with imaging for peripheral vascular disease (PAD) including elderly and diabetic patients”
Value (percentage): $6,990 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: June 1, 2016

Dean Booster Fund
Project Title: “Assessment of Tissue Viability in Lower Extremities of Diabetic Patients”
Value (percentage): $10,000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: May 28, 2016

Dean’s Travel Fund
For travel to the Biomedical Imaging symposium, Portugal, Feb 2017
Value (percentage): $1000 (100%)
Award Date: May 24, 2016

Departmental Research Fund – Graduate Research Experience
Project Title: “Absorption Contrast Enhanced Imaging in Highly Scattering Media for biomedical applications”
Value (percentage): $12000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: April 30, 2016

Dean’s Travel Fund
For travel to the OSA conference, Vancouver, Feb 2016
Value (percentage): $750 (100%)
Award Date: Sep 24, 2015

Ryerson Research Fund – Tools
Project Title: “Multi-wavelength refractometer for biotissue study”
Value (percentage): $16,058 (50%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Co-PI: Michael Kolios
Award Date: August 20, 2015

Dean Connector Fund
Project Title: “Fat-Nerve tissue differentiation for Image Guided Surgery”
Value (percentage): $5,000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: June 02, 2015

Ryerson Health Research Fund
Project Title: “Development of Spectral Imaging System for Tissue Viability Assessment”
Value (percentage): $6,980 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: June 1, 2015

Departmental Research Fund – Graduate Research Experience
Project Title: “Development of a New Multi-Spectral Imaging Device for the Assessment of Tissue Viability in Diabetic Patients with Lower Extremity Wounds”
Value (percentage): $12000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: April 22, 2015

Dean’s Travel Fund
For travel to the Biomecal Optics Europe, Munich, June 2015
Value (percentage): $1000 (100%)
Award Date: Sep 24, 2014

Ryerson Research Fund – Tools
Project Title: “Multi-functional Biolistic Apparatus”
Value (percentage): $20,000 (25%)
PI: Jeffrey Fillingham
Co-PIs: Michael Kolios, Alexandre Douplik, Costin Antonescu
Award Date: August 20, 2014

Ryerson Research Fund – Tools
Project Title: “Acquisition of an optical tensiometer to support multiple innovative research programs on surfaces and interfaces at Ryerson University”
Value (percentage): $20,000 (20%)
PI: Dérick Rousseau
Co-PIs: Habiba Bougherara, Yaser Dahman, Alexandre Douplik, Ziad Saghir
Award Date: August 20, 2014

Ryerson Research Fund – Tools
Project Title: “Acquisition of an optical tensiometer to support multiple innovative research programs on surfaces and interfaces at Ryerson University”
Value (percentage): $16,000 (25%)
PI: Nick Bellissimo
Co-PIs: Costin Antonescu, Devika Chithrani, Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: August 20, 2014

Dean Booster Fund
Project Title: “Fluorescent imaging of breast cancer using microendoscope”
Value (percentage): $10,000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: June 05, 2014

Departmental Research Fund – Graduate Research Experience
Project Title: “Fluorescent Microendoscopic Imaging Biopsy Guidance for Breast Cancer”
Value (percentage): $7000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: April 15, 2014

20.Ryerson Learning and Teaching Enhancement Fund
Project Title: “Development and university-wide test implementation of a voice-gesture recognition interactive student-lecturer presentation system including replacement of the traditional "chalk and talk character by character writing or drawing on white/black board" pattern with novel digital educational "character by character exposure" technique and "LEGO-type" interactive slide population from a 2D animated tunable element library to teach while enabling the lecturer freely moving across the class for better contact and interaction with the audience”
Value (percentage): $14,000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: November 12, 2013

Dean’s Travel Fund
For travel to the Photonics West, San-Franscisco, Jan 2014
Value (percentage): $1000 (100%)
Award Date: Sep 24, 2013

Ryerson Research Fund – Tools
Project Title: “NIR powerful laser with fast wavelength tunability for far- and near-field laser surgery, laser diagnostics and optical gene transfection”
Value (percentage): $25,000 (50%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Co-PI: Carl Kumaradas
Award Date: August 20, 2013

Ryerson Health Research Fund
Project Title: “Optimization of multicore-fiber microendoscope for blood vessel as a potential tool for intravascular therapy guidance”
Value (percentage): $5,200 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: June 2, 2013

Dean Connector Fund
Project Title: “Highly sensitive optic fiber probe for in vivo Raman spectroscopy of biological tissues”
Value (percentage): $10,000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: May 20, 2013

Departmental Research Fund – Graduate Research Experience
Project Title: “Far-field and near-field laser ablation and thermolysis controlled by OCT and Raman Monitoring”
Value (percentage): $11,000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: April 25, 2013

Ryerson Learning and Teaching Enhancement Fund
Project Title: “Enhancement of the “lecturer-students” communication model via development of an interactively operated projection system equipped with gesture and voice recognition”
Value (percentage): $12,000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: November 20, 2012

Dean’s Travel Fund
For travel to the Biomedical Optics Europe, Munich, Jun 2013
Value (percentage): $1000 (100%)
Award Date: Sep 24, 2012

Departmental Research Fund – Graduate Research Experience
Project Title: “Development of Hybrid mechanical-laser scalpel with build-in sensor feedback for cancer and neuro-surgery”
Value (percentage): $8000 (100%)
PI: Alexandre Douplik
Award Date: April 18, 2012

Start Up Grant
Agency and Program: Ryerson University Start Up
Value (percentage): $85,000 (100%)
Award Dates: August 1, 2011

ACRONYMS USED HERE AND ON THE ACCOMPANYING APPLICATION FORM
MITACS: Mathematics of Information Technology and Complex Systems
NSERC: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
NSERC Discovery: Funding for basic research
NSERC Engage: Funding for collaborative problem solving between industry and academia
NSERC RTI: NSERC Research, Tools, and Infrastructure funding
NSERC USRA: NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Awards
OCE: Ontario Centres of Excellence
OCE VIP: OCE Voucher for Innovation Program
OSA: Optical Society of America
SPIE: The International Society for Optics and Photonics
FOS: Faculty of Science
DRF: Dean Research Fund
RTI: Research Tools and Equipment
RA: Research Assistant
Ryerson SRC Award: Scholarly Research and Creative Activity Award
RU: Ryerson University
FAU: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Collaborators

Prof. William Whelan, Prince Edward Island University
Prof. Carl Kumaradas, Ryerson University
Prof. Raffi Karshafian, Ryerson University
Prof. Alexandra Easson, Ontario Cancer Institute
Prof. Wey Leong, Ontario Cancer Institute
Prof. Andrei Kabashin, CNRS, France
Prof. Michael Schmidt, Erlangen University, Germany
Prof. Valery Tuchin, Saratov University, Russia
Prof. Andrei Kholkin, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Prof. Scott Prahl, Oregon Medical Laser Centre
Prof. Zeev Zalevsky, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Prof. Yasuyuki Kakihana, Kagoshima University, Japan
Prof. Daniel Razansky, Helmholtz Institute, Technical University of Munich, Germany