Dr. Peter O'Toole

Department of Biology, University of York

Trends in imaging technologies: Correlating data to reveal biological mechanisms

In this interview, Dr. Peter O’Toole Director of the Bioscience Technology Facility and Head of Imaging and Cytometry at University of York discusses trends in imaging technologies that are impacting drug discovery. Hear how label-free microscopy and multiplex imaging of tissues are enabling researchers to learn more about cell biology and how data these technologies may be correlated with other emerging techniques, such as mass spectrometry, to further understand drug mechanisms.



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Dr. Peter O'Toole

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Peter is the Bioscience Technology Facility Director at the University of York. More
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Dr. Peter O'Toole

Department of Biology, University of York

Peter is the Bioscience Technology Facility Director at the University of York covering the broad technologies required for a multi-disciplined Department of Biology and heads the highly successful Imaging and Cytometry Labs (advanced LM/EM/Cytometry). Research is focused on technology/method development of novel imaging modalities, whilst the service labs provide research support to many academic/commercial organisations and consultancy contracts with leading manufacturers. Peter is Vice-President of the Royal Microscopical Society and serves on an array of international committees and organises international microscopy and cytometry conferences and courses.