- Paul R Barber, Senior Scientist
- Iain Tullis, Postdoctoral Researcher
- Robert G Newman, Higher Scientific Officer (Electronics Laboratory)
- Stuart Gilchrist, Scientific Assistant
- John Prentice, Workshop Manager
- Giselle Flaccavento, DPhil Student
- Lisa Folkes, DPhil Student
- Daniel Mendes de Oliveria Martins, DPhil Student
- Davide Volpi, DPhil Student
- Mahfuza Ahmed, Postdoctoral Research Scientist
- Favaro E, Ramachandran A, McCormick R, Gee H, Blancher C, Crosby M, Devlin C, Blick C, Buffa F, Lee J-L, Vojnovic B, Pires das Neves R, Glazer P, Iborra F, Ivan M, Ragoussis J, and Harris A (2010) MicroRNA-210 Regulates Mitochondrial Free Radical Response to Hypoxia and Krebs Cycle in Cancer Cells by Targeting Iron Sulphur Cluster Protein ISCU PLoS ONE, 5(4).
- Matthews D, Carlin L, Ofo E, Barber P, Vojnovic B, Irving M, Ng T, and Ameer-Beg S (2010) Time-lapse FRET Microscopy using Fluorescence Anisotropy J Microsc, 237(1):51-62.
- Barber P R, Ameer-Beg S M, Gilbey J, Carlin L M, Keppler M D, Ng T C, and Vojnovic B (2009) Multiphoton time-domain FLIM: Practical application to protein-protein interactions using global analysis J.R. Soc. Interface , 6:S93-S106.
- Kelleher M T, Festy F, Barber P R, Gillett C, Ofo E, Coolen A, Pinder S, Patel G, Vojnovic B, Ng T, and Ellis P A (2009) Use of novel optical proteomics to profile breast cancer patients leading to individualised prognosis and tailored treatment. J. Clin. Oncol., 27.
- Kellerher M, Fruhwirth G, Patel G, Ofo E, Festy F, Barber P, Ameer-Beg S, Vojnovic B, Gillett C, Coolen A, Kéri G, Ellis P, and Ng T (2009) The potential of optical proteomic technologies to individualize prognosis and guide rational treatment for cancer patients Targeted Oncology, 4(3):235-252.
The work of the Group involves the development of instrumentation to address specific biological hypotheses, primarily involving imaging and image processing, using automated systems. The particular strengths of the Group are in the application of physics and engineering concepts to design and improve experimental apparatus, from first principles to successful application.