Working to facilitate rapid translation of scientific discoveries into therapeutics

Sylvain Gioux

A. Koulaouzidis

Sylvain Gioux, Ph.D.

Dr. Gioux received a M.S. in Electronics and Signal Processing from ENSEEHIT, France, a M.S. in Photonics from Boston University and a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University. Following his graduate studies, he was a tenured project leader at the CEA-LETI research institute in Grenoble, France, an adjunct Assistant Professor at Boston University, and an Assistant Professor at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School. Dr. Gioux is currently a Professor in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Strasbourg and the ICube laboratory, where he leads novel developments related to photonics applied to health and biology. His research is focused on the development of novel real-time diffuse optical imaging methods for clinical applications that have a potential to impact patient care. In particular Dr. Gioux is an expert in Near-Infrared fluorescence imaging and multispectral Spatial Frequency Domain Imaging and their application to image-guided interventions. He developed both techniques at a fundamental level and translated them from the bench to the bedside in order to provide intraoperative image-guidance.

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