Department of Physiology Anatomy and Genetics
My research interests lie in the theory and practice of dynamic optics, particularly the use of adaptive optical elements in high resolution microscopy and ultrafast laser fabrication.
Our group uses high-resolution optical microscopy to unravel the coding strategies employed in sensory representation and memory storage.
I am interested in applying novel imaging modalities for investigating biological specimens.
Photonics is one of the tools that helps me to study embryogenesis, by imaging cell movements and fate during early mouse development.