Graham Knott heads the BioEM facility as well as maintaining a research laboratory in the field of neuronal plasticity. Graham has over 25 years experience using electron microscopy to study the brain and has published papers using a wide variety of techniques.
Stephanie Rosset is the lead technician in the BioEM Facility with over 15 years experience in electron microscopy of tissues and cells. Stéphanie has worked with many different sample preparation techniques including various methods of immuno labeling for both scanning and transmission electron microscopy.
Marie Croisier is a technician specialising in the area of correlative light and electron microscopy. Marie has many years experience of serial section electron microscopy as well as preparing and imaging samples in both scanning and transmission electron microscopy.
Anne Jorstad is a computer scientist specializing in the field of data visualization. Anne has worked part-time in the BioEM facility for a number of years developing the NeuroMorph toolset that is used to analyze 3D models generated from 3D microscopy.
Anaelle Dubois joined the BioEM facility in 2018 from industry, and has quickly established herself as a specialist in scanning electron microscopy techniques, including block face scanning electron microscopy.
Sergey Nazarov is a staff scientist specializing cryo-electron microscopy and 3D reconstruction of macromolecular structures.
Davide Demurtas is a staff scientist in the Interdisciplinary Centre of Electron Microscopy specializing in cryo-electron microscopy and single particle analysis.
Jerome Blanc is a research technician working on projects investigating the structural plasticity of neuronal structure. Jerome has considerable experience of 3D analysis using various software and has played a significant part in the development of the NeuroMorph toolset.