Ali Mohebi

PhD student
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Ali Mohebi

Research activity

Bimodal microscopy

I am a PhD student in Nanoscopy & NIC lab section of Nikon Centre (Nic @ IIT) at the Istituto Italiano Di Tecnolgia (IIT) in Genoa, Italy supervised by Prof. A. Diaspro. I am working on multimodal optical scanning microscopy of bio macromolecules. The idea is to exploit the possibility to tune the microscope across a large, almost unlimited, range of spatial and temporal resolution ranges by integrating different light-matter interactions. Currently, we are focusing on a home made two photon microscopy integrated with a label-free optical scanning microscopy of chromatin cell nuclei based on polarization-resolved imaging under phasor map data analysis. 

Main publications

Review on Complete Mueller Matrix Optical Scanning Microscopy Imaging

Combined Approach using Circular Intensity Differential Scattering Microscopy under Phasor Map Data Analysis

Polarization Label-Free Microscopy Imaging of Biological Samples by Exploiting the Zeeman Laser Emission

Phasor map analysis to investigate Hutchinson–Gilford progeria cell under polarization-resolved optical scanning microscopy