Sop for Biomedical Graduate Study

Sop for Biomedical Graduate Study

  • Submitted By: mhrd222
  • Date Submitted: 07/14/2013 6:44 PM
  • Category: Biographies
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My professional goal is to become a leading scientist in the field of biomedical imaging. I have worked toward this goal by doing research with several outstanding experts (what type of experts? be specific) at Purdue University, completing relevant graduate level coursework with a master's thesis and co-authoring academic articles for relevant research work. However, I realized the necessity to further upgrade (word choice, maybe improve?) my knowledge and expertise. Generally,(Only generally? I would omit this and rephrase. This is your "thesis" make it STRONG!) I have strong interests in developing novel image analysis approaches and medical imaging technologies for clinical applications and other health care (healthcare) issues.

I presently work as a researcher (Any specific type of researcher?)at Purdue University (and) I am developing an automated multi-spectral optical imaging system and image analysis software. This project is focused on the frontier area of microbial identification using optical imaging technologies. This system has two features. First, it is able to automatically guide (an) incident laser beam to pinpoint the selected microbial colonies on the medium surface. Second, this system can adaptively adjust the incident point of laser beam in order to generate complete optical scattering patterns. ( Beyond developing the approach to inversely calculate the desired trajectory of laser spot in the world reference coordinates, I also designed the computer vision algorithms to estimate the intensity distribution of the optical scattering patterns and adaptively calculate (the) new incident point of (the) laser beam. Meanwhile, I am also developing new image processing approaches for analyzing multi-spectral images. In addition, this project started with my master thesis and is sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency.

My thesis study was focus(ed) on analyzing optical scattering patterns of fix-wavelength laser(s) within the context of...

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