Recording the Illuminated Neuron: Functionality and in vivo applications of a new microprobe. This animation was created as part of a Master's Research Project by Stuart Jantzen for the degree of Master of Science in Biomedical Communications. The full project can be viewed at bmc1.erin.utoronto.ca/~stuart/RIN/.
Committee: Nicholas Woolridge, BFA, BScBMC, MSc, CMI; Yves De Koninck, PhD; Michael Corrin, BFA, BA, Hons BSc, MScBMC, CMI.
Funding for this project was provided by CIHR (Health Research Communications Award), CIHR, NeuroPhysics: Setting New Frontiers in Neuroscience with Material Sciences, Photonics and Computational Sciences, and NSERC CREATE (Training Program in Biophotonics).
Thanks to Suzie Dufour, PhD; members of Yves De Koninck's research lab; Marc Dryer, Hons BA, MSc, MScBMC; Jodie Jenkinson, BA, MScBMC, PhD; Charles J. Lumsden, PhD; Linda Wilson-Pauwels, AOCA, BScAAM, MEd, EdD; all BMC faculty and students; and Rebecca.
This project uses these sounds from freesound.org: underwater by yosarrian, 20061016-laboratory by dobroide, sound-underwater2 by zippi1, bajo-agua-loop by plagasul, underwater02 by lg, switch-35 by lg, corsair-ax-1200-fan-whine by zibri, line-out-28-1-11 by toiletrolltube.