Quantitative Imaging Systems – Imaging Tissue Architecture: The Next Frontier in Battling Cancer, Michel Nederlof at QtWS17

October 25, 2017
A self-proclaimed biohacker, Michel Nederlof is an expert in digital imaging microscopy and has been coding imaging systems to unravel cancer for the last 35 years. With an early mission to convert the world of video microscopy to digital (CCD) based camera technology, he constructed some of the worlds most advanced fluorescence microscopy systems in his garage. He has a degree in Physics and Pattern recognition and founded 7 biotech companies focused on cancer research, diagnostics and drug discovery.
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