Raman imaging is a sensitive spectroscopy technique, where molecules are detected by exciting their vibrational states with laser light. This allows identifying molecules in situ and without the need for fluorescent labelling. I use Raman sensing to peer into the metabolic processes of cancer cells, by locating metabolites in different parts of the cell.
- Marie Curie fellow, Melville Laboratory, University of Cambridge.
- Postdoctoral researcher, NanoPhotonics Centre, University of Cambridge.
Best conference attended so far
ICMAT (International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies), 2019