I'm Lecturer in Applied Optics at the School of Physical Sciences, University of Kent, having recently moved from the Hamlyn Centre for Robotic Surgery at Imperial College London. I'm interested in the applications of physics and optics to biosciences and medicine. My current research mainly focuses on endomicroscopy - for an introduction to this topic have a look at the Wikipedia page, or this blog post. You can find updates on my work at Kent on my research blog.
I current have a fully funded PhD studentship in biomedical optics available to start in September 2017.
This site is a summary of various research projects that I am working on or have worked on in the past. It’s only partially complete at the moment, but I'll be adding more content periodically. As well as my current research, there are details about a past project I worked on in optical coherence tomography for art conservation, and a project and some software relating to optical and medical physics. There are also non-technical summaries of some of my papers.
As well as this website I also occasionally write a blog on biophotonics. It discusses various applications of optics for medicine and biology - both my own work and other people's.
I'm always looking for new projects and collaborators, and am happy to discuss my work, so please feel free to contact me.