My group studies mechanisms and machines of gene expression using single-molecule biophysical methods and biochemistry.
Our group uses high-resolution optical microscopy to unravel the coding strategies employed in sensory representation and memory storage.
I run the Atom-Photon Connection group, working on quantum optics and control, applied in particular to light-matter interactions at the single-quantum level.
My research is concerned with the development and application of spectroscopic and imaging tools designed to visualise, study and eventually control dynamic processes in chemistry and biology.
I am the facility manager of the Wolfson Imaging Centre, based in the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine. We specialise in methods of fluorescence imaging, including single molecule and super-resolution (STED, STORM/PALM).
My research in photonics revolves around the development of novel spectroscopic techniques applied to a variety of interesting scientific problems.
I am interested in the development and fabrication of novel optoelectronic devices based upon organic and inorganic me
My interests lie in the field of optical communications. Through advances in visible light communications, we aim to gain improvements in the bandwidth and/or efficiency of a data network.
My laboratory is focused on the development of fluorescence imaging approaches capable of showing the spatial and temporal regulation of protein-protein interactions and/or enzymatic activity inside living cells and animals.