Titles and Roles
- Director, Integrated Cellular Imaging Shared Resource
- Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University
Neil R. Anthony, PhD is the director of the Emory Integrated Cellular Imaging (ICI) core, a jointly managed shared resource of Winship Cancer Institute and Emory University School of Medicine. ICI provides access to state of the art microscopes and expertise to support researchers across campus. In his role, Dr. Anthony works closely with research faculty, assisting and leading grants, researching and developing new data analysis avenues, and interfaces with research deans to secure cutting edge microscopy and data workflows. He plays a central role in the direction of the shared resource in terms of microscope hardware, data analysis, and big data, with an emphasis on advanced microscopy education to help bring researchers to the cutting edge.
Dr. Anthony received his PhD in Biophysics from Emory University, where he developed a combined fluorescence lifetime and correlation spectroscopy theory and analysis technique, τFCS, that dramatically increases the sensitivity of current time-resolved techniques. He also received MPhys with Work Placement, Physics from University of Bath in the United Kingdom.
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