The project

What are our motivations?

Develop multi-functional imaging techniques based in OCT for the preclinical diagnostic of Alzheimer's disease.

The group

Who are we?

Meet the members of this project and know more about our careers and interests.

The center

Where are we based?

Take a look at the Center for Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering where our group works.

New article published in Journal of Neuroscience Methods


10/11/2018

Together with our colleagues from the neuropathology department, we developed a method for investigating cellular features in whole brain slides. Using an automated translation stage and a digital pathology pipeline, our approach enables the evaluation of local cellularity as well as fiber tracking in slides which are almost 10 times larger in useable size than conventional slides. Read the article here in the Journal of Neuroscience Methods:
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jneumeth.2018.10.029


This project has received funding from the European Research Council under grant no. 640396

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