Berezin Lab research interest lies in the investigation and application of optical imaging and optical spectroscopy to understand complex biomedical problems, such as peripheral neuropathies, nerve regenerations, and chronic pain. For our studies, we combine a variety of methods, including molecular, imaging, electrophysiological, and behavioral techniques in live animals. In addition, we develop imaging and hyperspectral modalities in a relatively unexplored shortwave infrared spectral range and develop imaging algorithms to process hyperspectral data.
- Zeng S, Grabowska D, Shahverdi K, Sudlow L, Achilefu S, Berezin MY, Fluorescence lifetime imaging reveals heterogeneous functional distribution of EGFP expressed in Xenopus oocytes, Methods and Applications in Fluorescence, 2019, 8 (1) 015501
- Zhou H, Tourkakis G, Shi D, Kim DM, Zhang H, Du T, Eades WC, Berezin MY, Cell-free measurements of brightness of fluorescently labeled antibodies, Scientific reports, 2017, 7, 41819
- Zhang H, Salo D, Kim D, Komarov S, Tai Y-C, Berezin MY, Penetration depth of photons in biological tissues from hyperspectral imaging in SWIR in transmission and reflection geometries, J. Biomed. Opt. 2016, 21(12), 126006
- Zhou H, Yan Y, Ee X, Hunter DA, Akers WJ, Wood MD, Berezin MY, Imaging of radicals following injury or acute stress in peripheral nerves with activatable fluorescent probes, Free Radical Biology & Medicine 2016, 101, 85–92