Note the University of Strathclyde logo! Image copyright Dr Brad Amos (2014).
Mr Matthew Gow joins the CfB as a new post-graduate research student. Matthew will be working with Gail, Owain, Johanna and John Dempster to explore the use of the Mesolens technology in contributing to understanding of Leishmaniasis.
Dr Johanna Tragardh has joined the Centre for Biophotonics as a Research Fellow to work on the the Mesolab project. With a PhD in Engineering from the University of Lund and research interests in optical characterisation of materials and light-matter interaction at the nanoscale, we are delighted that Johanna is now part of ‘Team Meso’. Welcome!
This is the ‘before’ shot. The ‘after’ photograph should be available in Summer 2013.
Some details of the project (and some pre-history) now online:
The pre-history is non-essential course reading. Please indulge me.