Dean Pogue Helps Develop Tissue-Imaging Software

On July 7, 2011 by Grad Forum

Dean of Graduate Studies and professor of engineering, Brian Pogue, was one of the Dartmouth researchers awarded funding this spring. Currently, Dean Pogue is working with Keith Paulsen and Hamid Dehghani to develop NIRFAST, an open source, MATLAB based, tissue imaging software. Along with the work of Dartmouth professors Kristina Lynch and Robyn Millan, Dean Pogue’s research was featured in a recently-published article in Dartmouth Now.

by Wesley Whitaker
photo by Joseph Mehling ’69

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