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Tay, Jian Wei Research Associate

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Research

research overview

  • Dr. Tay studies how cells behave by filming them, using long-term time-lapse optical microscopy. He has developed a number of toolboxes to identify cells in time-lapse microscope images, identifying and tracking cell division events, tracking subcellular protein complexes, as well as analyzing and visualizing the resulting complex datasets.

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  • image analysis, cellular microscopy, machine learning, computer vision

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Teaching

courses taught

  • BCHM 4312 - Quantitative Optical Imaging
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2020
    Explores the fundamentals of optical imaging in biology, especially molecular and cellular biology. Covered topics include an introduction to optics and microscopes, fluorescence microscopy and image analysis, and biological applications. MATLAB will be taught at the beginning of the course and used throughout for image processing. Prior experience with MATLAB (or Python) is highly recommended but not required. Same as MCDB 4312, MCDB 5312 and BCHM 5312.
  • BCHM 5312 - Quantitative Optical Imaging
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2020
    Explores the fundamentals of optical imaging in biology, especially molecular and cellular biology. Covered topics include an introduction to optics and microscopes, fluorescence microscopy and image analysis, and biological applications. MATLAB will be taught at the beginning of the course and used throughout for image processing. Prior experience with MATLAB (or Python) is highly recommended but not required. Same as MCDB 5312, MCDB 4312 and BCHM 4312.
  • MCDB 4312 - Quantitative Optical Imaging
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2020
    Explores the fundamentals of optical imaging in biology, especially molecular and cellular biology. Covered topics include an introduction to optics and microscopes, fluorescence microscopy and image analysis, and biological applications. MATLAB will be taught at the beginning of the course and used throughout for image processing. Prior experience with MATLAB (or Python) is highly recommended but not required. Same as BCHM 4312, MCDB 5312 and BCHM 5312.
  • MCDB 5312 - Quantitative Optical Imaging
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2020
    Explores the fundamentals of optical imaging in biology, especially molecular and cellular biology. Covered topics include an introduction to optics and microscopes, fluorescence microscopy and image analysis, and biological applications. MATLAB will be taught at the beginning of the course and used throughout for image processing. Prior experience with MATLAB (or Python) is highly recommended but not required. Same as BCHM 5312, MCDB 4312 and BCHM 4312.

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