Subject Areas on Research
- Application of Mie theory to determine the structure of spheroidal scatterers in biological materials.
- In situ nuclear morphology measurements using light scattering as biomarkers of neoplastic change in animal models of carcinogenesis.
- Morphometric analysis for early detection of changes in cellular structure in a toxicological experiment.
- Nuclear morphology measurements with angle-resolved low coherence interferometry for application to cell biology and early cancer detection.