Postdoc : in-vivo retinal FFOCT
My research work focuses on the development of optical methods for imaging, focusing and wavefront shaping in complex media such as biological tissues. I am particularly interested in the in-vivo human retina, as the eye is the only transparent optical window into our body, providing unique access to observe neural and vascular networks of retinal tissue at the cellular level. I am currently working on novel methods for Full-Field OCT and Adaptive Optics applied for in-vivo human retina imaging.
PhD Topic: AO-corrected retinal laser surgery
Postdoc at Institut Langevin: in-vivo FF-OCT retinal imaging