We develop advanced microscopy techniques to provide contrast between cell and tissue components that are difficult to resolve with traditional stains and dyes. We do this by leveraging the physics of light-matter interactions, incorporating nonlinear optics and real-time digital signal processing techniques.
CCTSI pilot awardee uses virtual biopsies to improve melanoma detection (Wendy S. Meyer, Found in Translation, Fall 2018).
Boettcher Investigator grant recipient studies mitochondrial diseases (Rocky Mountain Collegian, Sept 12 2018)
Using virtual biopsies to improve melanoma detection (Colorado State University SOURCE, May 18, 2018)
"Transient absorption imaging of hemes with 2-color, independently tunable visible-wavelength ultrafast source." (2017) Biomedical Optics Express.
"Invited Review Article: Pump-probe microscopy." (2016) Review of Scientific Instruments.
"Real-Time Time-Resolved Optical Measurements using a Digital Adaptive Filter."
"Pump-probe spectroscopy and imaging of heme proteins: temperature effects and data analysis." (Video recording available)
"Pump-probe microscopy of respiratory chain pigments: towards non-fluorescent label-free metabolic imaging." (Video recording available)
"Real-time digital signal processing in multiphoton and time-resolved microscopy." (Video recording available)
Dave Smith, Graduate Research Assistant.
Erkang Wang, Graduate Research Assistant.
Arya Mugdha, Graduate Research Assistant.
Saurabh Gupta, Graduate Research Assistant.
William Hudson, Volunteer / Engineer in Residence.
Jesse Wilson, Assistant Professor. (Google Scholar Profile)
Namratha Menon, Volunteer VLSI Developer.
Ben Jenkins, Graduate Project Student.
Xuefei Chen, Graduate Project Student.
Dr. Scott Domingue.
Last updated: 11/14/2018