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We are constantly searching for outstanding students who are enthusiastic about interdisciplinary research.  Many of our students and postdocs have won prestigious fellowships e.g. from the European Union, the Chinese Scholarship Council, and the Cambridge Trusts and we are pleased to offer advice on obtaining such scholarships to suitably qualified researchers. 

If you are interested in joining please send a CV, names of 2 referees and a short statement of the research topic you wish to pursue to the head of the group, Prof. Clemens Kaminski

For full details of admission to Cambridge please see the University pages on admissions. Whether you are a physicist with skills in advanced optical methods or a biologist with an interest in advanced microscopy techniques, etc. we are interested to hear from you.

Dr Madeline Lancaster, Group Leader in the Cell Biology Division of the Medical Research Council (MRC) Cambridge, will be presenting 'Studying Human Brain Development and Evolution in Cerebral Organoids' on 26 April at 1:30pm in Lecture Theatre 3. Follow the link to learn more!

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Studying Human Brain Development and Evolution in Cerebral Organoids

Apr 05, 2018

Join us for a talk from Madeline Lancaster, Group Leader in the Cell Biology Division of the Medical Research Council (MRC) Laboratory of Molecular Biology, part of the Cambridge Biomedical Campus in Cambridge, UK who will be presenting 'Studying Human Brain Development and Evolution in Cerebral Organoids'.

Laser Analytics Group members attend ICON 2018!

Mar 07, 2018

8 members of the Laser Analytics, Molecular Neuroscience, and Quantitative Imaging groups attended the 2nd International Conference on Nanoscopy (ICON). Florian Stroehl and Dr. Katharina Scherer presented posters of their most recent research in structured illumination microscopy and expansion microscopy (respectively), and Marcus Fantham presented a talk on his online first person volumetric data viewer.

Nathan Curry passes his viva!

Mar 07, 2018

Nathan Curry successfully passed his PhD viva examination and will continue his career as a Post-Doctoral researcher at Imperial College, London.

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