1st Edition

Applications of Biophotonics and Nanobiomaterials in Biomedical Engineering

ISBN 9780367781767
Published March 31, 2021 by CRC Press
500 Pages

USD $54.95

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Book Description

This book provides a link between different disciplines of nanophysics, biophotonics, nanobiomaterials & applications of nanobiophotonics in biomedical research and engineering. The fundamentals of light, matter, nanobiomaterials & nanophysics are discussed together, and relevant applications in biomedical engineering as well as other related factors influencing the interaction process are explicated. Theoretical and experimental research is combined, emphasizing the influence of crucial common factors on applications.

Table of Contents

Light and Matter. Basics of Quantum Physics. Ordinary Light. Laser Basics. Matter. Nanobiophotonics: Biophotonics and Nanotechnology. Fundamentals of Biology and Thermodynamics. Biophotonics. Nanotechnology. Nanobiomaterials. Biomaterials and Surface Modification. Nanomaterials. Nanomedicine: Applications of Biophotonics and Nanobiomaterials. Laser-Tissue Soldering. Drug Delivery. Theranostic: Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy. Biomedical Imaging.

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Professor Mohammad E. Khosroshahi received his Ph.D. degree in Applied Physics (Application of Lasers in Medicine) from Hull University (UK) in 1993, M.Sc in Analytical Physics from Swansea University (UK) in 1989 and B.Sc in Applied Physics and Electronics from Lancaster University (UK) in 1987. He joined the Biomaterial and Tissue Engineering group of Faculty of Biomedical Engineering at Amirkabir University of Technology (AUT) in Tehran where he is a Full Professor. He has been the Director of AUT Laser and Optics Research Center, Associate Dean of Research, Chair of Biomaterial Group, and Editor-in Chief of Iran Journal of Medical Laser. In 2013, he joined University of Toronto, Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering (MIE) as a Visiting Professor working on ‘’Contrast-enhanced photoacoustic imaging of cancer’’. His main research interests are: Biomedical optics, Nanobiophotonics, Nanostructures, Theranostic, Targeted drug delivery, Targeted laser cancer hyperthermia, Multifunctional photoacoustic drug delivery and bioimaging, Nanoferrofluidics, Biological chaos and Cancer thermodynamics. Professor Khosroshahi is member of Editorial Board of Journal of Nanomedicine and Nanotechnology, Fellow member of Institute of Nanotechnology, member of Canadian Association of Physics, Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society, American Association of Science &Technology, Optical Society of America and SPIE. He is author of 2 books, co-author of 2 book chapters, and has published over 85 peer reviewed papers in international journals and more than 100 conference papers. Recently he has been associated with the Center for Advanced Diffusion-Wave and Photoacoustic Technologies (CADIPT) in MIE where he is currently teaching Application of Lasers in Engineering at graduate level. His research activities in the CADIPT encompass the development of an advanced nanoparticle-enhanced photoacoustic radar technology for early breast cancer tomographic imaging. Currently, Professor Khosroshahi is Director of Nanobiophotonics and Biomedical R&D Center at MIS-Electronics, Toronto.