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Matthew S. Keller, MD

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833 Chestnut Street
Suite 740
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6680
(215) 503-3333 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Analytical approaches for determining heat distributions and thermal criteria for infrared neural stimulation
  2. Laser source development for infrared neural stimulation
  3. Comparison of three pulsed infrared lasers for optical stimulation of the rat prostate cavernous nerves
  4. Selective, high-optrode-count, artifact-free stimulation with infrared light via intrafascicular Utah Slanted Optrode Arrays
  5. In vitro testing of dual-mode thulium microsurgical laser
  6. Effect of normal variations on disease classification of Raman spectra from cervical tissue
  7. Development of a spatially offset Raman spectroscopy probe for breast tumor surgical margin evaluation
  8. Near-infrared autofluorescence for the detection of parathyroid glands
  9. Development of VCSELs for optical nerve stimulation
  10. A comparison of methionine, histidine and cysteine in copper(i)-binding peptides reveals differences relevant to copper uptake by organisms in diverse environments
  11. Monte cario model of spatially offset raman spectroscopy for breast tumor margin analysis
  12. Autofluorescence and diffuse reflectance spectroscopy and spectral imaging for breast surgical margin analysis
  13. Spatially offset Raman spectroscopy of layered soft tissues
  14. Application of Raman spectroscopy for cervical dysplasia diagnosis
  15. Comparison of autofluorescence, diffuse reflectance, and Raman spectroscopy for breast tissue discrimination
  16. Fluorescence and reflectance spectroscopy and spectral imaging for evaluating surgical margin status during breast cancer resection
  17. Detecting temporal and spatial effects of epithelial cancers with Raman spectroscopy
  18. Combined Raman spectroscopy and optical coherence tomography device for tissue characterization
  19. Optical spectroscopy for therapeutic guidance in breast conserving therapy
  20. Optical detection of breast tumors - A comparison of diagnostic performance of autofluorescence, diffuse reflectance, and Raman spectroscopy