271 Animal Science Building
1675 Observatory Dr.
Madison, WI 53706
BS 1996, Bacteriology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
MS 1998, Microbiology and Biotechnology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Post-graduate training, 1998-2000, National Integrated Microscopy Resource, Madison, WI
PhD 2015, Biomedical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Kevin Eliceiri’s research interests are in the areas of developing optical and computational approaches to study dynamic cellular processes non-invasively. He believes that applying these technologies to vision studies will solve fundamental problems in eye and vision research. His current research focuses on the development of novel optical imaging methods and instrumentation for investigating cell signaling and cancer progression, as well as the development of software for multidimensional imaging informatics. Specific interests include developing nonlinear optical approaches for deeper imaging and sensing of the cellular microenvironment, as well as computational algorithms for dealing with large multidimensional datasets with spatial and non-spatial components.
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