Dr. E.C.M. Carroll

Dr. E.C.M. Carroll



I am a biophysicist working at the interface of imaging physics and neurobiology. In 2001, I completed a PhD in Applied Physics at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor on the topic of coherent optical control of small molecule photochemical reactions. I further specialized in femtosecond absorption spectroscopy of biomolecules and nanomaterials, before deciding to change directions and focus on fluorescence imaging and optogenetics. I trained in zebrafish neurobiology and in vivo optical microscopy at the University of California, Berkeley. I joined the TU Delft in 2016.


I have expertise in wavefront shaping, nonlinear optics, and time-resolved fluorescence microscopy.  My biological expertise is in photobiology, optogenetics, synaptic plasticity, and zebrafish neurodevelopment. 


2016-2022, Delft Technology Faculty Fellowship

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