Research

Research Interests

My research interests focus on two scientific areas:

  1. Bringing together hardware, software and wetware in the pursuit of high quality, quantitative and smart bioimaging;
  2. Innovative data-driven solutions for bioimage analysis to accelerate biological discovery.

Both of these areas requires the integration of skills from computing, physics and the life sciences. As such, my research career has moved me between disciplines and involves a large number of cross-disciplinary collaborations.

You can find my publications here.

Below are some the projects I am currently and have previously worked on.

Projects

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3D Segmentation Techniques

Using active meshes and level set methods for improved 3D segmentation. Read more…

Event-based Super-resolution Microscopy

Using novel event-based sensors to improve the speed of super-resolution microscopy. Read more…

Neuronal Graphs

Using graph theory and network science to understand the brain. Read more…

Very Fast Volumetric Microscopy

Using novel event-based sensors to improve the speed of light sheet fluorescence microscopy for very fast volumetric imaging. Read more…

Adaptive Prospective Optical Gating

Developing a smart microscopy system for imaging the beating zebrafish heart over extended periods of time. Read more…

Automated Nuclei Detection

Using mathematical techniques to automatically detect and quantify nuclei in 2D and 3D bioimaging data. Read more…

Imaging the Developing Eye

Using advanced optics to minimise abberations when imaging the developing zebrafish eye. Read more…

Object-based Colocalisation

Using object-based colocalisation to quantify the interactions between protein structures in cellular biology. Read more…

Quantiative Calcium Imaging

Investigating volumetric and computational imaging approaches for accurately measuring calcium signals between neurons. Read more…

Retinal Vessel Enhancement

Using mathematical approaches to enhance images for improved vessel extraction. Read more…