6th Advances in Photonics Tools and Techniques for the Life Sciences

POSTERS

Posters must not exceed A1 portrait size (841mm high x 594mm wide). Pins or suitable adhesive tape will be provided on the day. Posters should be displayed from 9.00am and removed by 6pm. Poster authors should be in attendance by their poster between 15.40 and 16.30.
A poster prize will be awarded for the best poster.

15:40

Poster Session in the exhibition hall.

16:40

A poster prize will be awarded for the best poster.

1.

iPlacenta - tackling the challenge of imaging vasculature endoscopically

Lukas Markwalder, University of Dundee

2.

Adaptive Prospective Optical Gating Allows Day-Long Timelapse Imaging of the Developing Zebrafish Heart

Chas Nelson, University of Glasgow

3.

TartanSW: Filling the Information Gap in Standing Wave Microscopy

Dr Peter William Tinning, University of Strathclyde

4.

MesoTIRF: Developing a Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence illuminator for mesoscopic imaging of live cell membranes

Shannan Foylan, University of Strathclyde

5.

Fluorescence lifetime imaging of the photoactivation of butyric acid from 6-aminobenzocoumarin cages in a model yeast system

Kulwinder Sagoo, HORIBA Jobin Yvon IBH Ltd

6.

Applications of High Brightness 280nm LEDs in Biomedical Optical Imaging

Mollie McFarlane, University of Strathclyde

7.

Investigation of Mutual Coherence Propagation by Decomposition of Coherence Current for Stochastic Optical Field

Xueliang Zhu, Heriot-Watt University

8.

Visualising the Structure of Bacterial Communities. Characterising a Novel Nutrient Uptake System in Escherichia coli Biofilms

Liam Rooney, University of Strathclyde

9.

Label-free Interference Reflection Microscopy uncovers Interplay between the Hippo Pathway and Cell Adhesion in Malignant Mesothelioma

Lisa Kölln, University of Strathclyde

10.

3D super-resolution microscopy without axial scanning: comparison of methods

Lucas Herdly, University of Strathclyde

11.

Investigating morphological changes of silica shells deposited on gold nanorods

Milan Adelt, University of Strathclyde

12.

Stimulated Raman Scattering Imaging in the cell silent region

Martin Lee, University of Edinburgh

13.

Developing a light sheet system for mesoscale imaging

Eliana Battistella, University of Strathclyde

14.

3D Mesoscopic Imaging of Optically Cleared Isolated Human Islets and Whole Mouse Pancreas

Katrina Wesencraft, University of Strathclyde

15.

Design of a MEMS enabled light sheet microscopy system

Ralf Bauer, University of Strathclyde

16.

The Mesolab Facility at The University of Strathclyde

Gillian Robb, University of Strathclyde

17.

Multiphoton single molecule microscopy with DNA nucleobase analogs

David Nobis, University of Glasgow

18.

Multimodal, multiphoton platform for label-free nonlinear optical imaging

Alison McDonald, University of Edinburgh

19.

The effect of protein unfolding on fluorescence Properties of Ly-AuNCs

Nora Alkudaisi, University of Strathclyde

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