The Kner Lab develops new techniques for improving the resolution of three-dimensional fluorescence imaging. We are interested in combining different super-resolution techniques (structured illumination, STORM) with adaptive optics for obtaining sub-diffraction resolution throughout model organisms such as C. elegans and zebrafish.
We are recruiting graduate students and postdocs! Please contact me (Peter Kner) if you are interested.
October 2021: We are moving to a new building.
August 2021: Bayonle joins the lab!
May, 2021: Ruizhe’s paper is published in Nature Communications!
January, 2021: Rachel joins the lab to work on phase imaging. Abhijit’s article is published in Optics Letters!
December, 2020: Shao joins the lab! Happy Holidays!
November, 2020: Abhijit defends his thesis! Congratulations Abhijit! And Abhijit’s paper on localization precision with SIDH is published in Biomedical Optics Express.
September, 2020: We’re on Twitter (@KnerLab)!
May 2020: We posted Ruizhe’s AO SIM paper on bioRxiv.
December 2019: Abhijit’s paper on Holographic imaging is accepted in Optics Letters. Happy Holidays!
September 2019: Yang receives a prestigious Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Fellowship by the National Institutes of Health and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. HSTORM R21 is funded.
May 2019: Yang’s article in Optics Letters is published.
March 2019: Our paper on Light Sheet Imaging of seizures in zebrafish is published in Neurophotonics.
Sorry. Got busy…
December 28, 2016: Best Wishes for the Holidays
June 6, 2016: Yang joins the lab to work on Light Sheet Microscopy!
May 4, 2016: We get funding to continue QSTORM!
January 12, 2016: Thomas’ paper on multiobjective interferometric imaging is published!
September 1, 2015: Abhijit joins the lab to work on Structured Illumination Microscopy!
July 14, 2015: Kayvan defends his thesis!
May 8 , 2015: Thomas graduates!