Quantiative Calcium Imaging

Working with the Imaging Concepts Group (University of Glasgow) I am interested in comparing how different approaches to fast volumetric imaging, including event-based volumetric imaging and computational imaging approaches, effect the analysis of calcium signalling between neurons. Understanding how our imaging effects the analysis of biological events is important for ensuring that good biology is being carried out and that results and robust and reliable before conclusions are drawn.

This work is funded by my LKAS Research Fellowship in Data Science (University of Glasgow).

Chas Nelson
Chas Nelson
LKAS Research Fellow in Data Science

Interdisciplinary scientist with a background in bioimaging and informatics.