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PhD students

Suil Collins
  • Super-resolution imaging of trafficking of Amyloid beta and Tau
Nathan Curry
  • Construction of an optical super resolution microscope using the concept of Reversibly Switchable Fluorescence Transitions
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Marcus Fantham
  • Plasmonic structured illumination super-resolution microscopy using nano-structured surfaces and graphene coated coverslips for virus assembly research
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Jhalique Jane Fojas
  • Integrated microfluidics nanosensor development for neurodegenerative disease diagnostics
Gemma Goodfellow
  • Combining machine learning and super-resolution microscopy to determine the shapes of viruses used in flu vaccinations and cancer therapies
Philippa Hooper
  • Graphene-based multi-electrode arrays to investigate neuronal activity in combination with fluorescence readouts.
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James Manton
  • Methods for optical sensing beyond conventional limits
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Miranda Robbins
  • Can Tau trafficking be inhibited by antibodies?
Craig Russell
  • 3D Single Particle Tracking using Light Sheet Microscopy
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Florian Ströhl
  • Superresolution microscopy development for investigations on neuronal growth and diseases of the brain
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Pedro Vallejo-Ramirez
  • Optical and digital tradeoffs in STED microscopy for imaging in organotypic tissue cultures
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Oliver Vanderpoorten
  • 2-photon microlithography for microscopic lab on chip devices
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Laurie Young
  • Structured illumination microscopy (SIM) of amyloid formation
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Na Yu
  • Development of advanced optical techniques for the study of amyloid protein interaction in living model systems