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Vaidyanathan Subramaniam

Vaidyanathan holds an M.Sc degree in Molecular Genetics from Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India. He is a cell and molecular biologist specializing in fluorescence-based biophysical techniques such as flow cytometry, microscopy, and fluorescence spectroscopy. He has worked in premier public R&D institutions in India such as the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) and the Centre for Stem Cell Research (CSCR) as a researcher and a core facilities professional. Although his primary research areas of interest are oncology and stem cell biology, he has explored almost all facets of life science research. Scientific pursuits aside, Vaidyanathan is a tech geek and has a pretty good understanding of computers and the engineering side of things. In his spare time, he loves to catch up with some good reads or spend quality time outdoors.

Articles by Vaidyanathan Subramaniam:

Get Your Microscopy Mojo Back with Our Image Acquisition and Processing Tips

Ever since the invention of the first compound microscope by Zacharias Jansen in 1590, our understanding of the microscopic world has grown exponentially. Microscopes have evolved from mere assemblies of magnifying lenses to extremely powerful tools for visualization on the atomic scale. You can find a wealth of information on the workings of a microscope…

24 Jan 2018 Microscopy and Imaging

How to Maintain Healthy Interactions with Flow Cytometry Personnel

No matter the ingenuity of your science or the capabilities of your core facility, your results are only as good as your peer-to-peer relationship with the flow cytometry personnel. The following points are from my experience as a flow cytometry facility manager, but they are equally applicable during discussions with managers from any core area.…

flow cytometry personnel
10 Oct 2017 Flow Cytometry&Adaptive Biotechnologies

Post-sorting Checks and Measures

In my previous article I discussed steps you can implement to ensure that a sample is ready for cell sorting. But now it’s time to make sure the sort worked. Here are a few sorting checks and measures to ensure that all’s well that ends well. Post-sorting Checks and Measures Re-evaluate Your Catch Tubes Sorting…

sorting checks
12 Sep 2017 Flow Cytometry&Adaptive Biotechnologies

Guidelines for Efficient Cell Sorting – Part 1

Flow cytometry is a pervasive tool to characterize just about anything in cell biology. From quantifying the expression of surface antigens, to determining the physiological changes in cells and everything in between, flow cytometry is as indispensable to a cell biologist as a knife is to a surgeon. Cell sorting is pivotal in enabling researchers…

11 Jul 2017 Flow Cytometry&Adaptive Biotechnologies
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