Shangguo’s protocol for real-time 3D single particle tracking has been published in the Journal of Visualized Experiments. A star is born! See the video here.
A warm welcome to Dr. Jack Exell, who joins our investigation of viral infection using real-time 3D microscopy! Also, a belated welcome to Justin Silverman (Class of 2018) who is investigating doping in giant quantum dots!
Our first paper has been published describing a new method for real-time 3D tracking at high diffusive speeds and low photon count rates. Cheers to Shangguo for his hard work designing and building the microscope and to Xiaoqi for providing synthetic support!
A very belated welcome Kevin Wang (nanoscrystal synthesis, started summer 2016), Joseph Griffith (3D tracking, started fall 2016) and Xiaochen Tan (3D tracking, started fall 2016). Welcome aboard and keep up the good work!
Kevin presents Shangguo’s new microscope at ACS in Philadelphia in the “Advances in Biological Imaging” section on 8/25.
A (belated) welcome to Courtney and Xiaoqi, who officially joined the lab Dec 2015. Courtney is developing the next incarnation of 3D Multi-resolution Microscopy. Xiaoqi is developing new stable nanoscale materials for particle tracking applications. Welcome to both brave souls!
Dr. Shangguo Hou comes to the lab having recently received his Ph.D. from the Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics. Shangguo will be developing new methods for real-time 3D tracking. Welcome to the team!
The Welsher Lab will be starting up in the Department of Chemistry at Duke University on July 1, 2015!