Center for Cell Circuitry Seminar
Tuesday, August 24, 2021

Hari Shroff, PhD

Investigator, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering

Biomedical optical microscopy is undergoing a renaissance in performance, with better resolution, depth penetration, and speed than ever before. While new microscopes generate terabytes of data with a click of a button, our ability to generate biological insight has not kept pace, in part because the post-processing necessary for image restoration considerably lags data acquisition.

In this talk, Hari Shroff will discuss computational tools that accelerate deconvolution, registration, and multiview fusion of large optical microscopy datasets, and will describe additional methods that leverage data-driven inference for further enhancing contrast, resolution, and experiment duration beyond the capabilities of the base microscope.


August 24, 2021
10:00-11:00am PDT

The Center for Cell Circuitry Seminar connects investigators across disciplines to develop single-cell tools to map how cellular components connect into circuits. The center aims to develop new single-cell approaches that overcome limitations inherent in traditional techniques that analyze bulk populations of cells, thereby obscuring individual cell behavior.

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