Multimodal Multiphoton Imaging in Life Sciences Exploration

Oct 24, 2023
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High-quality imaging of samples in 3D and 4D, as well as label-free and non-destructive imaging of unique biomarkers, is becoming more important in understanding cellular mechanisms and their structural and functional relationship. Combining different imaging techniques like non-linear multiphoton microscopy (two-photon, higher harmonics - SHG & THG) and linear widefield microscopy epi-fluorescence and fluorescence lifetime (FLIM) maximizes informational content and yields complementary data sets. A broad range of key uses in life science research including 3D imaging, label-free, deep tissue, live-animal, whole organ, and whole slide imaging can be addressed.

Kiderlen will demonstrate easy-to-use and portable multimodal multiphoton microscopy that can be integrated into a variety of lab and clinical settings to gain orthogonal informational content, enhance imaging depth, and save time in 3D in vivo and ex vivo samples as well as large-area tissue sections. Moreover, she will give a sneak into different imaging projects ranging from clinical research and pathology to R&D applications and fundamental biology.

*** This presentation premiered during the 2023 BioPhotonics Conference. For more information on Photonics Media conferences and summits, visit

About the presenter

Stefanie KiderlenStefanie Kiderlen, Ph.D., is chief scientific officer and expert in-house microscopist at Prospective Instruments. She received her doctorate in biophysics with a research focus on cell biological imaging from Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich.
ImagingMicroscopyBiophotonicsmultiphoton microscopyorthogonalFLIM
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