Talon Chandler

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Talon Chandler

Hi, I’m Talon.

I’m a third year Ph.D. student studying Medical Physics at the University of Chicago. I’m developing polarized light microscopes with Dr. Patrick La Rivière and Dr. Rudolf Oldenbourg. I’m currently living and working at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, MA.

I graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2015 with a B.A.Sc. in Engineering Physics.

I’m interested in physics, bees, and ultramarathon running.


2018-06-23: I’m presenting a talk titled “Spatio-angular restoration of
fluorescence microscopy data” at the Optics Society of America Imaging and Applied Optics Conference in Orlando, FL this week.

2018-06-17: I’m presenting a talk and poster titled “Spatio-angular restoration of fluorescence microscopy data” at the Gordon Image Science Conference in Easton, MA this week. More…

2018-04-02: I’m presenting a poster titled “Single-fluorophore orientation determination with multiview polarized illumination microscope” at the IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging (ISBI) in Washington, DC this week. More…

2017-12-01: Our work on determining the orientation of single molecules with multi-view polarized light microscopes appeared in Optics Express. More…

2017-11-01: I co-presented a talk titled “Mapping molecular orientation using polarized light microscopy” with Rudolf Oldenbourg at the Stanford SCIEN Colloquium. More…

2017-08-01: I’ve moved from Chicago to Woods Hole, MA to work with Rudolf Oldenbourg at the Marine Biological Laboratory. I’ll move back to Chicago in ~1 year.