Elisabeth Kugler is the director of Zeeks - Art for Geeks Ltd. A company transforming the way you think about data. We are passionate about microscopy data, how to analyse, visualize, and communicate them. Previously, she was a PostDoc at UCL, developing a quantitative model of retina neurovascular unit formation. She conducted her PhD at the University of Sheffield, developing image segmentation, registration, and quantification pipelines for the zebrafish cerebral vasculature. During her PhD she discovered and characterized a previously undescribed cell membrane behaviour, named kugeln. Elisabeth is passionate about all things science and art. In her free time, she collects what someone may call too many books, fossils, and rocks.
Scientific field: Developmental biology, Computational biology
Microscopy background: Image Analysis
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Posted by Elisabeth Kugler, on 12 June 2023Moving away from academia and into industry is often a major step, which is equally exciting and challenging. As someone who has successfully made the transition from a postdoc at UCL to the business director at Zeeks – Art for Geeks, I understand the hurdles, opportunities, and anxieties that come with this change in trajectory.
Posted by Elisabeth Kugler, on 17 May 2022Contents What is #GliaMorph? What can you do and analyse with #GliaMorph? Links to manuscripts and data Contributions and Feedback Thanks to all contributors and people providing feedback References What is GliaMorph? GliaMorph is a toolkit implemented as Fiji Macros to allow modular application to process and analyse Müller glia morphology in the retina. During
Posted by Elisabeth Kugler, on 24 April 2021Elisabeth Kugler 1 and Emmanuel G. Reynaud 2 Contact: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org We are reaching the end of our LSFM journey. Now it is time to look into the future, riding the plane of light! So, what is next for the LSFM? 1. Four-to-two, then four, then one. The story of SPIM, and LSFM per se,