The Biomedical Technology Program combines a range of disciplines (physical sciences, biology, medicine, and engineering) with the goal of innovative advances in techniques and technologies for cancer research, diagnosis, and therapy. In addition, the Program provides scientific and technological expertise to the cancer center for the development of advanced cancer research and diagnostic tools, and translation of these technologies to clinical settings.

The specific aims of the Program include: (1) developing and validating radiological diagnostic and therapeutic technologies, (2) developing and validating optical spectroscopic and imaging technologies (Biophotonics), (3) developing molecular and cellular technologies for translational and clinical applications, and (4) developing and validating computational methods and Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques.

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