Dr Erik Shartner and Stefan Mussolino (pictured left) gave an invited presentation at the Adelaide Centre for Neuroscience Research (ACNR) workshop.
Their presentation discussed:
- the progress that has been made on the development of optical sensors for the measurement of physical and chemical parameters for biomedical applications;
- transfer of tools developed in an optics lab to real world applications for biologically relevant questions, potentially seeding development of tools which could find further use in other laboratory environments or commercial applications; and
- establishment of new forms of assay measurement, and follow these through with in-vivo measurements to study key problems associated with brain functions.