Chris Dunsby is a joint lecturer between Photonics, Department of Physics and the Division of Experimental Medicine in the Department of Medicine. His research interests are centred on the application of photonics and ultrafast laser technology to biomedical imaging and include multiphoton microscopy, multiparameter fluorescence imaging and fluorescence lifetime imaging.
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et al., 2019, 3D Super-Resolution US Imaging of Rabbit Lymph Node Vasculature in Vivo by Using Microbubbles., Radiology
et al., 2019, Investigation of Microbubble Detection Methods for Super-Resolution Imaging of Microvasculature, Ieee Transactions on Ultrasonics Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control, Vol:66, ISSN:0885-3010, Pages:676-691
et al., 2019, Accelerating single molecule localization microscopy through parallel processing on a high-performance computing cluster, Journal of Microscopy, Vol:273, ISSN:0022-2720, Pages:148-160
et al., 2019, Automated Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging High-Content Analysis of Förster Resonance Energy Transfer between Endogenously Labeled Kinetochore Proteins in Live Budding Yeast Cells., Slas Technol
et al., 2018, easySLM-STED: Stimulated emission depletion microscopy with aberration correction, extended field of view and multiple beam scanning, Journal of Biophotonics, Vol:11, ISSN:1864-063X