Dr. Huang’s research focuses on using super-resolution microscopy and single-molecule imaging to understand how proteins form large complexes and how proteins interact to regulate signaling. Huang is an Assistant Professor in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and in Biochemistry and Biophysics at UC San Francisco.
Talks with this Speaker
Bo Huang describes super-resolution localization microscopy techniques such as STORM, PALM, FPALM, and GSDIM, and explains how to extend these techniques to 3D imaging. (Talk recorded in April 2012)
Bo Huang explains how the Fourier transform is intimately associated with microscopy. (Talk recorded in April 2012)
Bo Huang talks about properties of light such as ray tracing, wavelength, frequency, refraction, dispersion, diffraction, interference, the photoelectric effect and photons. (Talk recorded in April 2012)