We build novel imaging technologies
The Lew Lab builds advanced imaging systems to study biological and chemical systems at the nanoscale. Our technology leverages innovations in applied optics, signal and image processing, design optimization, and physical chemistry. We partner with scientists and engineers across all disciplines to develop technologies to solve unmet needs in science, medicine, and society.
Diversity fosters creative ideas to challenging problems
The Lew Lab is a team of inventors, thinkers, and problem solvers working at the intersection of science and technology.
Creating impactful technology is our passion
Congratulations, Tingting, on receiving a 2023 Outstanding Research Award from the Imaging Science Doctoral Program!
Congratulations, Jasmine, on receiving a 2023 Summer Undergraduate Research Award!
Two outstanding undergraduates have received awards this year: Brian with the Rick Grodsky Award for Technical Achievement and the David H. Levy Outstanding Senior Award, and Jasmine with the Russel R. Pfeiffer Outstanding Junior Award! Both were recognized at the 2023 McKelvey Engineers' Honors Ceremony. Congratulations, Brian and Jasmine!
Matt has received a 2023 Outstanding Faculty Award from the Graduate Student Senate. The awardees were recognized at a ceremony organized by the GSS. Thank you, students, for this honor!
The Lew Lab presented several exciting posters and talks at BPS 2023 in San Diego:
- Congratulations to Tingting, who has received a 2023 Travel Award to present at the Annual Meeting!
- Weiyan presented “Single-Molecule Orientation-Localization Microscopy Resolves the Nanoscale Organization of Self-Assembled Peptides,” Poster 627-Pos / B448 in Optical Microscopy and Superresolution Imaging I on Sunday, Feb 19 [Abstract]
- Brian presented “Single-Molecule Orientation-Localization Microscopy Resolves How Amyloidophilic Dye Orientations are Correlated with Amyloid Fiber Growth and Disruption,” Poster 1339-Pos / B468 in Optical Microscopy and Superresolution Imaging II on Monday, Feb 20 [Abstract]
- Matt presented “A Multi-View Reflector Microscope Visualizes Six-Dimensional Single-Molecule Translational And Rotational Dynamics With Isotropic Nanoscale Resolution,” Poster 1351-Pos / B480 in Optical Microscopy and Superresolution Imaging II on Monday, Feb 20 [Abstract]
- Tingting presented “Mapping Inhomogeneous Network Structures within Biomolecular Condensate using Single-Molecule Imaging and Tracking of Fluorogenic Probes,” Platform Talk 1437-Plat in Condensates: Physical Properties and Modeling II on Tuesday, Feb 21 at 9:15 AM [Abstract]