CNBP welcomes its newest Research Fellow – Dr Martin Ploschner.
Located at Sydney’s Macquarie University, Martin will be working in Prof Ewa Goldys’ team, working on the development of novel imaging tools (using computer holography) for imaging of fragile biological systems (such as early stage mouse embryos). He will also be developing new illumination methods based on compressing sensing for applications in biology.
Looking forward to his time with the CNBP, Martin’s previous role was at the University of Dundee, Scotland, working with Dr Tomas Cizmar. His work involved the development of new techniques that pave the way for the use of multimode fibre as a miniature substitute to a standard microscope objective.
Welcome to the CNBP team Martin!