Daniel Côté, Ph.D.
Optical techniques for imaging structure and function of the nervous system
Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Université Laval
NSERC/HBI Chair in Optical Technologies for Neurosurgery
Daniel Côté's research interests stands at the interface between optical technologies and biology, and his research focuses on pursuing the following long-term objectives:
• To develop and adapt novel optical contrast mechanisms to biological imaging,
• To build new devices optimized for biological imaging applications,
• To combine these optical techniques and devices for innovative biology and surgical applications.
This research is conducted in collaboration with biologists and clinical scientists.
Read more about Dr. Côté's current projects on his website http://dcclab.ca or in his research profile at IUSMQ.