Address: 266 Xinglong Section of Xifeng Road, Xi\'an, Shaanxi 710126, China
Email: xlchen at xidian.edu.cn
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Xueli Chen, Professor of Xidian University, Director of Biomedical-photonics & Molecular Imaging Lab. Chen carried out his undergraduate and doctoral studies at Xidian University of China from 2003 to 2012. Chen received his Bachelor degree in Biomedical Engineering and PhD degree in Pattern Recognition and Intelligent System in 2007 and 2012 respectively. His doctoral dissertation was selected as the Excellent Doctoral Dissertation of Xidian University. Chen joined Xidian University in 2012 as Assistant Professor in School of Life Science and Technology, promoted to Associate Professor in 2014 and Full Professor in 2017. During 2015 to 2017, he worked as a research postdoctoral fellow at Purdue University (Ji-Xin Cheng\'s group) on stimulated Raman scattering microscopy. Chen and his team have been constantly at the most forefront of multiscale biomedical photonics imaging in innovation, application, and clinical translation. Professor Chen has co-led the development of Cerenkov luminescence endoscope and further explored the application in early detection of clinical gastrointestinal tumors. Professor Chen has also developed the stimulated Raman projection tomography technology which can perform the volumetric imaging of single cells in a label-free manner. Professor Chen has served as the member of SPIE, OSA, IEEE, and as a committee member of the Branch of Contrast Technology in China Medicinal Biotech Association, the Nuclear Medicine Committee of Shaanxi Cancer Association, and the Shaanxi Society of Biomedical Engineering.
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We develop multiscale, quantitative optical imaging technologies from micro to macro scale at cell-animal-human level, and apply these technologies to enable early detection and accurate diagnosis of cancers. With integrated expertise in engineering, electronic information, optics, chemistry, biology, and medicine, our lab focuses on: