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Large-Scale, Deep-Tissue Neuronal Imaging

Apr 20, 2017
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Lingjie Kong, Ph.D., will speak on advances in large-scale deep tissue imaging of biological dynamics, focusing on applications in neuroscience.

Kong received his Ph.D. in Optical Engineering from Tsinghua University in 2012. For postdoctoral training, he worked at X. Sunney Xie's group at Harvard University, and Meng Cui’s group at Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Janelia Research Campus and at Purdue University, sequentially. He is now on the faculty in the Department of Precision Instruments at Tsinghua University.

About Semrock
Semrock, a unit of IDEX Health & Science, LLC, based in Rochester, NY, manufactures spectrally complex optical filters that set the standard in performance, quality and reliability for the life science, point-of-care, clinical diagnostic, and analytical instrumentation industries. All Semrock optical filters are made with hard-coated sputtered thin-film coatings. OEMs and end-users benefit from high volume customized optics as well as a wide selection of standard catalog products available for same day shipment. Semrock is ITAR registered and certified to the ISO 9001:2008 standard.
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