- BS, Physics, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany
- PhD, Biomedical Engineering, Boston University, Boston, MA
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Prior to the M+Vision fellowship, Daryl Lim was a post-doctoral researcher in the Biomicroscopy Lab at Boston University. Born in Singapore, Daryl received his BS in Physics from the University of Leipzig and his PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Boston University. His research has focused on the conception and development of novel optical microscopy techniques. The techniques are often based on unconventional strategies (such as the harnessing of noisy processes) to improve a variety of optical setups including multi-photon, phase contrast, and optically sectioned microscopes. Applications of his work have led to advances in endomicroscopy and other in vivo modalities.
Update, Autumn 2015
Current position: Co-Founder and team member of PlenOptika, Inc. (Catalyst project Team Eye)
“I’m doing a variety of things in PlenOptika, focusing more on the business activities like developing the business model, fundraising, figuring out the go-to-market strategy, and so on. Our goal is to generate real world impact.”[/vc_column][/vc_row]