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Chris Dunsby

Imperial College London
Senior Lecturer
Dr Chris Dunsby works on the development of quantitative fluorescence imaging techniques for applications in biomedicine, including Förster resonant energy transfer microscopy, automated multiwell plate imaging and fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM). He has also worked on super-resolution fluorescence imaging techniques and collaborates with colleagues in Bioengineering to translate optical methods to achieve super-resolved ultrasound imaging. He invented, patented and licensed oblique plane microscopy, which is a form of light sheet fluorescence microscopy that can be implemented on a conventional microscope frame to provide high speed 2-D and 3-D imaging. He has also led projects to develop and apply multiphoton imaging and FLIM for clinical applications and developed novel multiphoton endoscopes.