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The ability to visualize deep brain structures in vivo with high spatial resolution is of rising interest to investigate neuronal physiology and cerebral vasculature. The optical technique two-photon microscopy (2PM) is widely used to study individual neural circuits and blood vessel networks because it is minimally invasive and provides three-dimensional images with cellular resolution. In this talk, I discuss the development and application of a novel laser source that extends the traditional imaging depth of 2PM

David Miller received his bachelor’s degree in Physics from Carleton College, and is currently a PhD student in Biomedical Engineering in Andrew Dunn’s lab at The University of Texas at Austin. He is the recipient of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and NIH Imaging Science Fellowship. His research aims to develop optical imaging tools to better understand the brain.

Faculty Host: Bernard Choi
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