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Innovations in Imaging

Research Faculty

Musa Audu, Ph.D.

Human musculoskeletal modeling and development of control systems for rehabilitation of individuals with spinal cord injury and other balance disorders. Design of rehabilitation devices for physically challenged individuals.


Hamid Charkhkar, Ph.D.

Dr. Charkhkar’s research focuses on developing neuroprostheses for people with limb loss or neuromuscoskeletal impairments. He aims to restore the lost or compromised sensorimotor function through neurotechnology which will result in increased stability, reduced risk of falls, and improved gait.

Chia-Chu Chiang, Ph.D.

Dr. Chiang’s research focuses on applying neural modulation by electrical and optogenetic stimulation for epilepsy treatments and studying the non-synaptic mechanisms of seizure generation and seizure control. 


Juhwan Lee, Ph.D.

Dr. Lee's research and development work involve medical image processing, machine learning, deep learning, and commercialization. Tools used include image registration, image segmentation, machine learning, deep learning, and more. Recent clinical imaging work has focused on advanced cardiovascular image analysis of intravascular OCT and coronary CT angiography.

Grant McCallum, Ph.D.

Dr. McCallum's research interests include the development of peripheral nerve interfaces, low-noise neural recording systems, and implantable biotelemetry devices.

Xinning Wang, P.h.D.

Development of targeted imaging agents for detection and imaged-guided surgery of prostate cancer. Preclinical evaluation of PSMA-targeted theranostic agents for photodynamic therapy of prostate cancer.