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Guy Hagen

Guy Hagen, PhD

Research Associate

PhD (Chemistry) 2005 Colorado State University

ghagen@uccs.edu

Research Interests

  • Structured illumination microscopy (SIM) (Image Captured)
  • Single molecule localization microscopy (PALM/STORM)
  • Bio-image informatics
  • Live cell imaging
  • Total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy (TIRF)

Recent Publications

  1. Ovesný, M., Křížek, P., Švindrych, Z., and Hagen, G. M. (2014). High density 3D localization microscopy using sparse support recovery. Optics Express, 22, 31263-31276.
  2. Lukeš, T., Křížek, P., Švindrych, Z., Benda, J., Ovesný, M., Fliegel, K., Klima, M., and Hagen, G. M., (2014). 3D super-resolution structured illumination microscopy with maximum; a posteriori probability image estimation. Optics Express, 22, 29805-29817.
  3. Lukeš, T., Hagen, G. M., Křížek, P., Švindrych, Z., Klima, M. (2014). Comparison of image reconstruction methods for structured illumination microscopy. Proc. SPIE 9129, 91293J.
  4. Ovesný, M., Křížek, P., Borkovec, J., Švindrych, Z., and Hagen, G. M. (2014). ThunderSTORM: a comprehensive ImageJ plugin for PALM and STORM data analysis and super-resolution imaging. Bioinformatics, 30, 2389-2390.
  5. Křížek, P., Raška, I., and Hagen, G. M., (2012). Flexible structured illumination microscope with a programmable illumination array. Optics Express, 20, 24585-24599.
  6. Křížek, P., Raška, I., and Hagen, G. M., (2011). Minimizing detection errors in single molecule localization microscopy. Optics Express 19, 3226-3235.
 
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