Monte Carlo characterization of parallelized fluorescence confocal systems imaging in turbid media

This publication represented 1 of 3 journal articles that comprimised my dissertation. For this paper I developed and coded a Monte Carlo model to simulate a confocal system imaging in tissue to model performance characteristics of the system. The results showed that a new type of confocal design, a multi-point scanner, would significantly improve the current design. This resulted in a new system, as well as a a patent application.

Citation: Anthony A Tanbakuchi, Andrew R Rouse, and Arthur F Gmitro. Monte carlo characterization of parallelized fluorescence confocal systems imaging in turbid media. J Biomed Opt, 14(4):044024, 2009 PDF