Steve Jacques has worked in the field of photomedicine for over thirty years, focusing on novel optical imaging methods for biomedical research and clinical care. He is currently the primary investigator on a design project to create a colposcope for cervical exams to detect cancer and another to test an optical coherence tomography (OCT) otoscope, that allows doctors to investigate conductive hearing loss without surgical intervention on the tympanic membrane.
Jacques has developed many tools for biomedical research, including the hand-held bilirubin spectrometer, designed to draw blood from the heels of infants without causing pain. He has also worked on developing novel optical measurement techniques aand light transport theory for modeling measurement geometries to recover intrinsic tissue optical properties.
Professor of the Practice, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Tufts School of Engineering
Professor, Dermatology/Biomedical Engineering, Oregon Health and Science University
Senior Scientist, Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
Department of Urology and Department of Biophysics, University of Texas
- 1992-1996: Associate Professor
- 1988-1992: Assistant Professor