We are happy to invite you to a guest seminar by Deanna Wolfson, PhD (researcher, Department of Physics and Technology at The Arctic University of Norway (UiT)).
Deanna Wolfson became an expert on super-resolution microscopy while earning her PhD in Biophysics at the University of California Davis, during which the world’s first-ever commercial super-resolution microscope was installed in her lab. Her dissertation work used both this technique and a specialized optical micro-manipulation microscope she developed to study how HIV can transfer directly from one cell to another through virological synapses. Currently, she is responsible for the biophotonics lab and associated activities at UiT The Arctic University of Norway Department of Physics and Technology, some of which include bacteria, phages, liver, heart, and reproductive cells and tissue.
Seminar title: “Techniques, challenges, and applications of super-resolution microscopy”.Click here to Read More