Congratulations to soon-to-be-doctor Damon DePaoli for his article in the Journal of Neurosurgery, where they show how a diffuse reflectance probe is used in a live primate to help for deep brain stimulation neurosurgery.
- New chapter on nonlinear optics
- Multiple corrections
- DRM-free for easy sharing and conversion. If you can convert to Android, let me know. It is a modified ePub3 format for iBook.
This is finally out: our most exciting (patented!) discovery is finally published: “Maintaining polarization in polarimetric multiphoton microscopy”. Congratulations to everyone involved.
Congratulations to Steve and everyone else for this publication on “Automated method for the segmentation and morphometry of nerve fibers in large-scale CARS images of spinal cord tissue”. The MATLAB code will be available shortly.
New publication on the role of principal cells in adult neurogenesis: “Activity of the principal cells of the olfactory bulb promotes a structural dynamic on the distal dendrites of immature adult-born granule cells via activation of NMDA receptors“
The group made the cover of the Biophotonics magazine for the month of January that features a journalist report on coherent Raman microscopy, thanks to the many beautiful images the group has produced over the years (and the quotes of Prof Côté). Read the article for insight on the many uses of CARS microscopy.
Our most recent work in Biomedical Optics Express entitled “Phase-gradient contrast in thick tissue with a scanning microscope” with Prof. Jérôme Mertz from Boston University looks at a novel oblique detection strategy with a laser scanned beam to obtain phase contrast.
Congratulations to Steve Bégin, as well as Dr Erik Bélanger, Dr Sophie Laffray, Benoît Aubé, Émilie Chamma, and Dr Jonathan Bélisle for their joint publication in Biomedical Optics Express about a novel automated image analysis method for assessing myelin health entitled “Local assessment of myelin health in a multiple sclerosis mouse model using a 2D Fourier transform approach“. Follow up soon with many other novel image analysis techniques.
Congratulations to Dr Alicja Gasecka, Dr Amy Daradich and now-Dr Harold Déhez for their newly published article entitled “Resolution and contrast enhancement in coherent anti-Stokes Raman-scattering microscopy“.