Imaging ONEWORLD returns on 10 May with Professor Gail McConnell
RMS LM Section Chair gives talk on 'Using the Mesolens for optical mesoscopic imaging with sub-cellular resolution'
The popular Imaging ONEWORLD series returns on Monday 10 May with a special talk from Professor Gail McConnell FRMS.
Gail is Chair of the RMS Light Microscopy (LM) Scientific Section, and Professor of Biophotonics at the Department of Physics, University of Strathclyde. She is a Fellow of the RMS, The Royal Society of Edinburgh, and of the Institute of Physics.
The work in Gail’s group involves the design, development and application of linear and nonlinear optical instrumentation for biomedical imaging, from the nanoscale to the whole organism.
Her Imaging ONEWORLD talk is titled Using the Mesolens for optical mesoscopic imaging with sub-cellular resolution.