Dr. Youngchan Kim
Fellow at National Institutes of Health
SPIE Involvement:
Area of Expertise:
Quantitative phase microscopy , Fluorescence proteins , Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy , Time-correlated single photon counting , Adaptive optics , Multiphoton microscopy
Profile Summary

My research interests are multi-disciplinary in terms of its methodological approaches including optical spectroscopy and imaging, neuroscience, and molecular biology. My current research is primarily focused on investigating and understanding of anomalous extraordinary fluorescent proteins photo-physics, which may be exploited to enhance biosensor function as well as to enable quantum computing. In addition, I'm interested in developing a new optical imaging system using fluorescence lifetime imaging and FRET-based sensors so as to monitor the cAMP-PKA signaling pathway in awake behaving mice, which is a key synaptic modulator throughout the brain.

ResearchID: http://www.researcherid.com/rid/I-5224-2014
Personal Website: https://sites.google.com/site/3106chan/
Google Scholar: http://scholar.google.co.kr/citations?user=kq1_xHMAAAAJ&hl=en
Publications (3)

Proceedings Article | 4 March 2019
Proc. SPIE. 10882, Multiphoton Microscopy in the Biomedical Sciences XIX
KEYWORDS: Microscopes, Photodetectors, Statistical analysis, Molecules, Single photon, Monte Carlo methods, Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy, Two photon excitation microscopy, Molecular assembly

Proceedings Article | 11 March 2015
Proc. SPIE. 9336, Quantitative Phase Imaging
KEYWORDS: Diffraction, Mirrors, Speckle, Tomography, Phase imaging, Sapphire lasers, Optical tomography, Phase measurement, Helium neon lasers, 3D image processing

SPIE Journal Paper | 5 April 2012
JBO Vol. 17 Issue 04
KEYWORDS: Light scattering, Scattering, Blood, Single crystal X-ray diffraction, Dynamic light scattering, Optical testing, Scatter measurement, Fourier transforms, Physics, Biology

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