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Contact Info

Edward Brown III, Ph.D. Department of Biomedical Engineering University of Rochester work Box 270168 601 Elmwood Ave Rochester, NY 14642 office: MC 5-7224A p 585-273-5918 f 585-273-4746 Brown

Recent Publications

    • Bouta EM
    • Wood RW
    • Brown EB
    • Rahimi H
    • Ritchlin CT
    • Schwarz EM
    (2014 Mar 15). In vivo quantification of lymph viscosity and pressure in lymphatic vessels and draining lymph nodes of arthritic joints in mice. - The Journal of physiology.
    • Szpunar MJ
    • Burke KA
    • Dawes RP
    • Brown EB
    • Madden KS
    (2013 Dec). The antidepressant desipramine and α2-adrenergic receptor activation promote breast tumor progression in association with altered collagen structure. - Cancer prevention research (Philadelphia, Pa.).
    • Arendt O
    • Schwaller B
    • Brown EB
    • Eilers J
    • Schmidt H
    (2013 Aug 15). Restricted diffusion of calretinin in cerebellar granule cell dendrites implies Ca²⁺-dependent interactions via its EF-hand 5 domain. - The Journal of physiology.
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Graduate Students

  • Photo of Kathleen Burke

    Kathleen Burke

    Use of optics for the imaging of biological processes and advancements of diagnostics

  • Photo of Javier Soto

    Javier Soto

    The use of two-photon microscopy to study endothelial cell calcium dynamics and angiogenesis in breast cancer

  • Photo of Gauthan Srinivasan

    Gauthan Srinivasan

    DNA/Protein Interactions using MagPrep P-25 Streptavidin Beads in order to produce Biofuels

  • Photo of Jomy Varghese

    Jomy Varghese

    Cancer microscopy

Edward Brown

  • Ph.D., Cornell University, 1999
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  • Associate Professor

    • Biomedical Engineering
    • Neurobiology & Anatomy
    • James P. Wilmot Cancer Center

Brown Lab

Research Overview

Our research program focuses on the application of multiphoton laser-scanning microscopy (MPLSM) to the study of biological processes in vivo, i.e. in living, intact tissue. We undertake the creation of novel MPLSM-based imaging and measurement techniques, as well as their application to the study of tumor biology in vivo, with an emphasis on the biology and biophysics of breast cancer.