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Introduction: Imaging Life

Within the last decade, our ability to see more clearly, more deeply, and with more understanding, has taken incredible strides thanks to emerging developments in imaging technology. Innovative instruments and their applications now allow researchers to look inside tissues, watch the intricacies of cell development, and view in multiple dimensions—only a few of the many examples of breakthroughs within this broadening field.

In this issue of the IEEE Life Sciences Newsletter, Cristian A. Linte and Ziv Yaniv discuss the promise of computer-assisted guidance and navigation for minimally invasive medical interventions, Subhamoy Mandal introduces the potential for imaging in five dimensions, and freelance writer Shannon Fischer collaborates with researcher Shabana Sayed to present fascinating new possibilities in the reproductive medicine using old technology — time-lapse imaging — in novel ways.

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March 2015 Contributors

Shabana SayedShabana Sayed is a ESHRE certified Senior clinical Embryologist and IVF Laboratory Director at Klinikk Hausken. Her primary areas of expertise are within embryo selection and optimization of laboratory procedures for IVF. Read more

Subhamoy MandalSubhamoy Mandal is a DAAD Ph.D. scholar with the Institute of Biological and Medical Imaging at the Technische Universität München and Helmholtz Zentrum München. His research focuses on visual quality enhancement in multispectral optoacoustic tomgraphy and translational molecular imaging applications. Read more

Cristian A. LinteCristian A. Linte is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science at Rochester Institute of Technology. Read more

Ziv YanivZiv Yaniv is a Senior Scientist in the Office of High Performance Computing and Communications at the National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health. Read more