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Qianqian Fang

Assistant Professor, Bioengineering
223 ISEC
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115


  • 2005 PhD Biomedical Engineering Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College
  • 1999 B.Eng. Electrical Engineering University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

Research & Scholarship Interests

Innovations in translational medical imaging devices to better diagnose cancers, low-cost point-of-care diagnostic tools to delivery life-saving medicines to the resource-poor regions, and high performance computing tools to facilitate the development of the next-generation imaging methods
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Honors & Awards

  • Leading Innovation in Reimagining Global Health, Innovation Countdown 2030 Initiative

Professional Affiliations

  • OSA, The Optical Society of America

Selected Publications

  • L. Yu, F. Nina-Paravecino, D. Kaeli, Q. Fang, Scalable and Massively Parallel Monte Carlo Photon Transport Simulations For Heterogeneous Computing Platforms, Journal Biomedical Optics Letters, 23(1), 2018, 010504
  • R. Yao, X. Intes, Q. Fang, Generalized Mesh-Based Monte Carlo for Wide-Field Illumination and Detection Via Mesh Retessellation, Biomedical Optics Express, 7(1), 2016, 171-184
  • B. Deng, M. Fradkin, J.M. Rouet, R.H. Moore, D.B. Kopans, D.A. Boas, M. Lundqvist, Q. Fang, Characterizing Breast Lesions Through Robust Multi-Modal Data Fusion Using Independent Diffuse Optical and X-Ray Breast Imaging, Journal of Biomedical Optics Letters, 20(8), 2015, 080502, 1-4
  • B. Deng, D. H. Brooks, D. A. Boas, M. Lundqvist, Q. Fang, Characterization of Structural-Prior Guided Optical Tomography Using Realistic Breast Models Derived from Dual-Energy X-Ray Mammography, Biomedical Optics Express, 6(7), 2015, 2366-2379
  • Q. Fang, J. Selb, S. A. Carp, et al., Combined Optical and Tomosynthesis Breast Imaging, Radiology, 258(1), 2011, 89-97

Related News

June 1, 2016

BioE Assistant Professor Qianqian Fang was awarded a five-year $1.7M NIH grant for "A Versatile High-Performance Optical Mammography Co-Imager".

September 4, 2015

Qianqian Fang joins the Bioengineering department in Fall 2015 as an Assistant Professor.

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