Assistant Professor

Office Information:

BPC 021
North Carolina State University


Post-doctoral Fellowship, Biology and Biological Engineering, California Institute of Technology
Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles
M.S. in Electrical Engineering, Tel Aviv University
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Tel Aviv University


greenbaum@ncsu.edu, greenbaum@unc.edu

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Research Area: Biomedical Imaging
Secondary Research Area: Regenerative Medicine
Research Interests: Anatomical and transcriptional profiling of intact organs, Adaptive and fast imaging devices, Development of image analysis tools
The Greenbaum Lab is an emerging advanced bio-imaging and computational lab. We are a multidisciplinary lab that focuses on the development of complex imaging devices and algorithms to advance 3D profiling of intact organs to answer biological questions regarding aging and disease progression. While we are especially interested in profiling bones, we are also capable of clearing and imaging other organs, such as the heart and the brain (see below). Application areas will span the development of (i) adaptive light-sheet microscopes and algorithms for rapid high-resolution imaging of whole organisms, (ii) computational tools to handle big–data, and (iii) translational applications, such as exploration of rare stem-cell niches in the context of age-associated diseases.

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