Expertise: biomedical optics, bioinstrumentation, optical imaging, fluorescence microscopy
Mahsa Ranji, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Computer and Electrical Engineering & Computer Science department and I-SENSE institute at the Florida Atlantic University (FAU). Dr. Ranji has received her PhD in electrical engineering from University of Pennsylvania followed by a postdoctoral training at Sanford-Burnham medical research institute in La Jolla.
Specializing in biomedical optics, Dr. Ranji’s focus is in developing non-invasive tissue diagnostic tools. She is the director of the Biophotonics Laboratory, which focuses on optical imaging particularly fluorescence imaging, instrumentation design, and image processing tool development for biomedical applications. Dr. Ranji collaborates with researchers at the Medical School to study tissue metabolism and oxidative stress in diseases using optical imaging.