Dr. Diller is an international authority on the application of the principles of heat and mass transfer and thermodynamics to the solution of many different types of biomedical problems and on the use of light microscopy to investigate the dynamics of biological processes at high and low temperatures.
The primary areas of focus in his research include the frozen banking of human tissues for transplantation, analysis of the micro vascular basis of burn injury and how it may be exploited for the optimization of therapy, development of thermodynamic models of dynamic processes at the microscopic and macroscopic scales in biological systems, and computer vision techniques for quantitative measurement and interpretation of microscopic images.
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