|James D. Byrne, Ph.D.
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Multiparametric flow cytometry instrumentation; imaging applied to biomedical device development; 3D imaging; optical sensors for bacterial detection; lens design.
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2003; Barreto, A and Byrne, J; Digital Image Deconvolution towards software Vision Correction. NSF BME/RAPD Program Grant
Dr. Byrne’s areas of expertise include: optical and fiber optic systems, laser testing, biomedical instruments, and imaging. His research interests include development of multiparametric flow cytometry instrumentation; imaging applied to biomedical device development; 3D imaging; optical sensors for bacterial detection; lens design.
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2003 Summer Bioengineering Conference, Sonesta Beach Resort, June 25-29, Key Biscayne Florida “Reconstruction of Trileaflet Heart Valve leaflet motion by using Photogrammetry and biquintic finite element method” B. Lee, R. Schoephoerster, James D. Byrne, Biomedical Engineering Research Institute, Florida International University, Miami, FL
2001 Wallace C. Coulter, Jr. Lecture Series, Invited Speaker “Optics and Lasers in Biomedical Engineering” Lecture number 10, March 10, 2001.
1998 ISAC Conference XIX, Poster Paper; J. Byrne, T. Lary, N. Parker, K. Snow, Coulter Corporation, Miami, Fl, USA, “The Best of Both Worlds: Collimated and Reimaged Fluorescence Collection Optics Improves both Sensitivity and Cross-Beam Coincidence Rejection”
1994 ISAC Conference XV, Poster Paper; James D. Byrne and Raul I. Pedroso, Coulter Corporation, Miami, Fl, USA, “Comparison of Optical Systems for Detection of Fluorescence and Side Scatter in Laser Illuminated Flow Cytometers”.
1991 ISAC Conference XII, Poster Paper; James D. Byrne, , Coulter Corporation, Miami, Fl, USA, “Qualifying Lasers as Sources for Flow Cytometry”