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Tania Vu Laboratory

Summary:

We develop and apply imaging nanotechnologies to study cellular signaling in health and disease.

Our basic research thrust is to develop molecular-scale quantitative imaging tools to understand the spatiotemporal dynamics of cellular signaling in the nervous system. Our applied research thrust is to develop new technologies to identify and assess drug effectiveness in cancer and neurodegenerative diseases.

Affiliations:

People:

      Member: Vu, Tania
      Role: Associate Professor

    Resources:

    Software

    • Spline-curve dynamics analysis ( Algorithmic software component )

      A trajectory analysis method that accounts for the overall shape of trajectories confined to curvilinear geometries, providing new dynamic and spatial information absent in conventional two-dimensional mean-square displacement (MSD) analysis.

    • Spline-curve spatial analysis ( Algorithmic software component )

      A trajectory analysis method that accounts for the overall shape of trajectories confined to curvilinear geometries, providing new dynamic and spatial information absent in conventional two-dimensional mean-square displacement (MSD) analysis.


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