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Optics | Neuroimaging | Two-photon microscopy | Remote focus microscopy
Fiona received an MPhys degree in physics with electronic engineering from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh in 2017. During her time here, she was involved in the development of a two-photon light-sheet microscope, in collaboration with the MRC Human Genetics Unit of the University of Edinburgh. Her MPhys project was concerned with the characterisation and use of microspheres for super-resolution imaging, within the Biophotonics Group at Heriot-Watt University.
Fiona subsequently joined the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Connected Photonic and Electronic System and in 2018 received an MRes degree in integrated photonic and electronic systems from the University of Cambridge. During her MRes, she completed a project on the development of a Fourier ptychographic microscope within the Laser Analytics Group at Cambridge and a project on modelling of non-linear field distortions in a two-photon acousto-optic lens scanning microscope within the Silver Lab at UCL. She rejoined the Silver Lab in October 2018 as a PhD student, under the supervision of Prof. John Mitchell and Prof. Angus Silver, where she focuses on the correction of 3D field distortion in two-photon acousto-optic lens (remote focus) microscopy, for neuroscience applications.
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