Giulia Zanini, PhD

Giulia Zanini received her PhD in Physics in 2019 from University of Genoa (Italy) with a thesis on super-resolution label-free optical microscopy, performed under the supervision on Prof. Alberto Diaspro in the Nanoscopy group at Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT). Prior to this, she received her Master degree in Physics from University of Trento (Italy) with a thesis on two-photon microscopy for skin tumor diagnosis. Her main expertise is in non-linear optics and in optical microscope design and development, and her main research activity is now focused on stimulated Brillouin scattering microscopy.

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Eitan Edrei, PhD

Eitan received his PhD in Bioengineering at UMD, his M.Sc in Physics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem under Prof. Amir Sa'ar, he served as a TA in the Physics department and was included in the Dean's list for 2013. His research was focused on the development of an optical biosensor for bacteria detection, and involved fabrication procedures and optical measurements. Eitan graduated from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem upon completion of his Bachelors in both Physics and Biology. Currently he is interested in developing novel optical imaging techniques for super resolution microscopy.

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