Elliott SoRelle

Elliott SoRelle
Research Associate, Sr.

Contact Information:

Luftig Lab

Research Interest:
Single-cell biology, host-pathogen interactions, computational modeling, quantitative microscopy, image processing

Personal Interest:
Music, cooking, reading, hiking, golf

Yecies, D. et al. Speckle modulation enables high-resolution wide-field human brain tumor margin detection and in vivo murine neuroimaging. Scientific reports 9, 1-9 (2019).

SoRelle, E. D. et al. Spatiotemporal tracking of brain-tumor-associated myeloid cells in vivo through optical coherence tomography with plasmonic labeling and speckle modulation. ACS nano 13, 7985-7995 (2019).

Dutta, R. et al. Real-time detection of circulating tumor cells in living animals using functionalized large gold nanorods. Nano letters 19, 2334-2342 (2019).

Si, P. et al. Gold Nanoprisms as Optical Coherence Tomography Contrast Agents in the Second Near-Infrared Window for Enhanced Angiography in Live Animals. ACS Nano 12, 11986-11994 (2018).

Liba, O. et al. Speckle-modulating optical coherence tomography in living mice and humans. Nature communications 8, 1-13 (2017).

Campbell, J. L. et al. Multimodal assessment of SERS nanoparticle biodistribution post ingestion reveals new potential for clinical translation of Raman imaging. Biomaterials 135, 42-52 (2017).

Winetraub, Y., SoRelle, E. D., Liba, O. & de la Zerda, A. Quantitative contrast-enhanced optical coherence tomography. Applied physics letters108, 023702 (2016).

SoRelle, E. D. et al. A hyperspectral method to assay the microphysiological fates of nanomaterials in histological samples. Elife 5, e16352 (2016).

Sen, D. et al. High-resolution contrast-enhanced optical coherence tomography in mice retinae. Journal of biomedical optics 21, 066002 (2016).

Liba, O., SoRelle, E. D., Sen, D. & de La Zerda, A. Contrast-enhanced optical coherence tomography with picomolar sensitivity for functional in vivo imaging. Scientific reports 6, 1-12 (2016).

SoRelle, E. D., Liba, O., Hussain, Z., Gambhir, M. & de la Zerda, A. Biofunctionalization of large gold nanorods realizes ultrahigh-sensitivity optical imaging agents. Langmuir 31, 12339-12347 (2015).