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Robert Pal

Dr Robert Pal

Dr Robert Pal

Research Fellow

Interests and expertise (Subject groups)

Grants awarded

Development and Chemical Application of Phase Modulation Nanoscopy

Scheme: University Research Fellowship

Organisation: University of Durham

Dates: Oct 2014-Sep 2019

Value: £488,866.78

Summary: I am a bio-physical spectro/microscopist on the border of biological chemistry and physics. My main research interest revolves around the development and application of super-resolution microscopy. This involves the design and fabrication of tailor made optical instrumentation and microscopes including novel associated detection and measurement algorithms. Other research interests are: the development of high-end palm size analytic instrumentation, software and measurement protocols. Study of compartmentalisation and localisation of responsive probes for ratiometric live cell imaging and prostate cancer detection.

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