Cameron Nowell

Cameron Nowell

Cameron has led the imaging and flow cytometry capabilities at MIPS since its inception 10
years ago. Bringing experience in imaging (optical and electron) along with a range of other lab skills such as molecular biology, biochemistry and microbiology helped the facility provide a holistic approach to imaging. Not just offering tools for imaging, but project support form initial design to final data analysis. The approach of the facility is that an image is the first step, the data that can be mined out of it using advanced analysis is where the true value lies.

This has helped Cameron be part of many and varied projects ranging from the typical pharmacology, SARS-CoV-2, cancer and immunology, through to more out there projects like honey bees and coral growth. He has been an author on over 100 papers with >3100 citations in many high impact journals including Cell, Cancer Discovery, Nature Nano., Immunity and Nature Immunity.