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Improving Biomechanics Imaging

When time is of the essence, such as immediately after a cancer diagnosis, diagnostic imaging speeds are critical to positive clinical outcomes. Dr. Olalekan Babaniyi’s latest research uses a mathematical model known as the direct error in the constitutive equation (DECE) variational formulation, developed by Babaniyi and team, to improve the speed with which a diagnostic image of the stiffness or softness of tissue can be computed. This could have major implications at the point of care and beyond. Dr. Babaniyi continues to advance his research with a two-year $250,000 NSF LEAPS-MPS awarded in late 2022.

Olalekan Babaniyi, Principal Investigator

Additional information about Dr. Babaniyi’s research can be found at https://people.rit.edu/obsma.

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