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Faculty Member

Chunqiang Li (Assistant Professor)

Group Members:

Arifur Rahaman (G)
Kevin Hatch (G)
Faisal Abedin (G)
Richard Flores (UG)
Aaron Ortega (UG)

Former Members:

Dr. Bin Cao, Arizona State Universtiy
Dr. Tessa Pinon, Department of Defense
Judith Rivera, University of North Carolina
Yassel Acosta, University of Michigan
Farzaneh Mohajerani, Brandeis University
Seyedmohammadali Aghvami, Brandeis University

Research Description

My research interest focuses on optical microscopy and spectroscopy with applications in biophysics. One area is developing advanced optical microscopy for molecular and cellular imaging in medical research. Nonlinear optical microscopes such as two-photon fluorescence, coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering and second harmonic generation are developed to image immune and cancer cells both in vitro and in vivo. I also have interest in using laser spectroscopy to study ultrafast dynamics in molecular systems, e.g. proteins and nanoparticles.

Funding Support:

National Science Foundation, MRI: Development of a Scan-less Temporal Focusing Two-photon Fluorescence Microscope for High-speed Three-dimensional Imaging, 2014-2018
PI: Chunqiang Li