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BME Seminar Series: Brian W. Pogue, PhD

1003 (Tong Auditorium) Engineering Centers Building 1550 Engineering Drive, Madison

Imaging Oxygen in Cancer: for Radiotherapy & Surgery Brian W. Pogue, PhDChairDepartment of Medical PhysicsUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison Oxygen is one of the ubiquitous molecules in life, but yet one of the most challenging to quantify. This is because of the temporal and spatial microheterogeneity and because most tools developed to measure it only access a...

Cognitive Workload Evaluation of Upper-Limb Prosthetic Devices

Abstract: Limb amputation can cause severe functional disability for the performance of activities of daily living (ADLs). Amputees use prosthetic devices on a regular basis to perform ADLs. Prosthetic devices require substantial amount of cognitive resources, which can lead to device rejection. However, prior research was mainly focused on measuring physical performance of using prosthetic...