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1989 …2021

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Research Interests

Professor Glucksberg’s laboratory has developed photonics-based instrumentation to measure pressure and flow in the circulation of the eye, instruments to measure the response of pulmonary alveolar epithelial cells to their immediate mechanical environment, and is currently involved in developing minimally invasive optical biosensors for monitoring glucose, lactate, and other measures of metabolic function.

Education/Academic qualification

Engineering Mechanics, PhD, Columbia University

… → 1987

Engineering Mechanics, MS, Columbia University

… → 1984

Flight Sciences, BS, Columbia University

… → 1981

Research interests

  • Pulmonary mechanics and lung liquid transport
  • blood pressure and flow in the retinal circulation
  • noninvasive sensing of blood flow and analytes


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