I am interested in the development and fabrication of novel optoelectronic devices based upon organic and inorganic media. Together with Professor Steve Elston, we run a group in the Department of Engineering Science. The devices and technologies that we study include thin-film lasers, photo-voltaic devices, smart windows and display devices. I also work closely with the Dynamic Optics and Photonics group run by Professor Martin Booth and the Nanoscience and Technology run by Professor SeungNam Cha.
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 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.
My research focuses on the application of physical acoustics principles to problems in biomedical acoustics, industrial ultrasonics, acoustical oceanography, and biomedical imaging and therapy at the intersection of light and sound.