Welcome to our testimonial video featuring Arjun Bharioke, PhD, a successful researcher from the lab of Botond Roska, MD, PhD at the Institute of Molecular and Clinical Ophthalmology Basel (IOB) who has graciously shared the remarkable results of our collaborative journey with Femtonics.
By celebrating our long and fruitful relationship with Arjun Bharioke, Martin Munz, PhD and the lab of Botond Roska, MD, PhD, we’re excited to introduce this exclusive interview, where Arjun shares insights into their groundbreaking study recently published in Cell, titled “Pyramidal neurons form active, transient, multilayered circuits perturbed by autism-associated mutations at the inception of neocortex.” They harnessed one of our systems for mouse embryonic imaging, and Arjun provides valuable insights into their hard work.
Discover how acousto-optical imaging played a pivotal role in their experiments and gain valuable insights into Arjun’s experience with our early product. Explore his thoughts on system stability, the FEMTO3D Atlas Plug & Play, the most appreciated functions, the MES software, and the future of neuroscience. Plus, find out how Arjun maintains a healthy work-life balance and whether his hobbies align with his groundbreaking work.
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