David Sampson is currently Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Research & Innovation, at The University of Surrey, where he heads the research group Surrey Biophotonics. His research interests have spanned a wide range from theoretical to translational biophotonics, with strong emphasis on optical coherence tomography (OCT). He has held a long-term interest in parametric OCT imaging, including of attenuation, elastography, polarisation properties and angiography, as well as endoscopic and needle-based OCT. He holds elected fellowship of AIMBE, IEEE, Optica and the SPIE, and has served as an elected member (2017-19) and is currently adviser to the SPIE Board of Directors and chair of the SPIE Publications Committee.

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