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Justin Baba

Adjoint Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical Engineering

Intellectual Neighborhoods

Research Focus

Applications of optical techniques for sensing and diagnosis of various pathologies. Particular emphasis on the use of polarized light for early noninvasive detection and assessments of superficial lesions.

Publications  (representative)

Measurement of the glucose transport time delay between the blood and aqueous humor of the eye for the eventual development of a noninvasive glucose sensor BD Cameron, JS Baba, GL Coté, Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics 3 (2), 201-207 (2001).

Effect of temperature, pH, and corneal birefringence on polarimetric glucose monitoring in the eye JS Baba, BD Cameron, S Theru, GL Cote, Journal of Biomedical Optics 7 (3), 321-328 (2002).

Implantable sensor for blood flow monitoring after transplant surgery MN Ericson, MA Wilson, GL Coté, JS Baba, et al., Minimally Invasive Therapy & Allied Technologies 13 (2), 87-94 (2004).

Quantitative high-resolution microradiographic imaging of amyloid deposits in a novel murine model of AA amyloidosis JS Wall, SJ Kennel, MJ Paulus, S Gleason, J Gregor, J Baba, et al., Amyloid 12 (3), 149-156 (2005).

Molecular imaging of conscious, unrestrained mice with AwakeSPECT JS Baba, CJ Endres, CA Foss, S Nimmagadda, H Jung, JS Goddard, et al., Journal of Nuclear Medicine 54 (6), 969-976 (2013)