E. Duco Jansen
Professor Jansen's research focuses on laser-tissue interaction with particular emphasis on optical neural interfaces and modulation of neural activity using infrared laser light. Other focuses include cellular effects of laser-induced stimuli, and the application of light, lasers and optical technology in medicine and biology.
- Infrared Neural Inhibition
- Photodynamic Therapy of Gram-positive Bacteria
|Post-Doctoral Scholar||The Vanderbilt Biophotonics Center are seeking recent PhDs in the area of neurophotonics; experience in neuroscience methods and expertise in optical instrumentation. The primary objective of this project is to unravel the interplay between the neurobiological signaling, nerve conduction and the spatio-temporal thermal gradient induced by infrared neural stimulation. Click here for listing.|
|Graduate Student||Modeling of infrared neural stimulation|
Photodynamic Therapy of Gram-positive Bacteria