Welcome to the Optical Biomedical Imaging Group at Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland.
The goal of our activity is to conduct high profile studies in the field of biomedical imaging. The research focuses on the fundamental physical aspects of optical imaging. The OBIG group (former Medical Physics Group) has pioneered the use of Fourier Domain Optical Coherence Tomography in visualization of ocular tissues, and since then the development of novel optical imaging modalities applied to ophthalmology is the primary area of our research interest. Our current efforts are focusing on:
- Morphological imaging of the anterior and posterior segments of the human eye.
- Functional ophthalmic studies.
- Advancements in high speed, in vivo, optical imaging.
- Development of novel data processing methods.
Our group also supports high level teaching of students of various specialties including experimental physics, medical physics and informatics.