Dr Hamid Soleimaninejad is platform applications specialist of the Biological Optical Microscopy Platform at the University of Melbourne.
He gained his PhD in Physical Chemistry from the University of Melbourne in 2018. His background is in fluorescence imaging, fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM), Fluorescence anisotropy imaging (FAIM) and polarization microscopy of complex biological systems.
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Current Research Focus
Optical microscopy and Imaging
Field of Research Description 6 Biological Sciences 2 Physical Sciences
- Fluorescence microscopy
- High End optical microscopy such as FRET/ FLIM / FAIM/ RICS /FCS
Looking to collaborate?
I am working with several high end microscopy method and interested to apply these methods on biological problems.