Dr. Jesse Wilson
Jesse Wilson earned his PhD in Randy Bartels' lab at Colorado State University, developing techniques in ultrafast pulse shaping and impulsive Raman spectroscopy. After that, he joined Warren Warren's lab at Duke University as a postdoc, where he has been awarded both the JenLab Young Investigator Award from the SPIE and a Ruth Kirchstein fellowship from the National Cancer Institute. He is interested in leveraging ultrafast and nonlinear optical phenomena for microscopic imaging contrast, with a specific focus on cancer imaging. Jesse is a member of SPIE, the Optical Society of America, and the American Physical Society.