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Arutyun Bagramyan, Ph.D.

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  1. Bagramyan A, Tabourin L, Rastqar A, Karimi N, Bretzner F, Galstian T. Focus-tunable microscope for imaging small neuronal processes in freely moving animals. Photonics Research. 2021; 9(7):1300-1309. View Publication.
  2. Bagramyan A. Lightweight 1-photon miniscope for imaging in freely behaving animals at subcellular resolution. IEEE Photonics Technology Letters. 2020; 32(15):909-912.
  3. Bagramyan A, Galstian T. Dynamic control of polarization mismatch and coma aberrations in rod-GRIN assemblies. Opt Express. 2019 May 13; 27(10):14144-14151. PMID: 31163867.
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  4. Galstian T, Saghatelyan A, Bagramyan A. Tunable optical device, tunable liquid crystal lens assembly and imaging system using same. Patent# 10631715. 2016. View Publication.
  5. Bagramyan A, Galstian T, Saghatelyan A. Motion-free endoscopic system for brain imaging at variable focal depth using liquid crystal lenses. J Biophotonics. 2017 Jun; 10(6-7):762-774. PMID: 26954754.
    Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:Animals
  6. DePaoli D, Nadeau G, Audet B, Bagramyan A. Quebec City Frontiers in Neurophotonics 2015 captures the vast spectrum of optical approaches for studying the brain. Neurophotonics. 2015 Oct; 2(4):040401. PMID: 27115019; PMCID: PMC4802378.
  7. Blanchard-Lapierre A, Bagramyan A, Galstian T. Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals. Photo Alignment of Liquid Crystals by an Azo Dye Doped Reactive Mesogen Layer. 2012; 560(1): 183-192.
  8. Bagramyan A, Thibault-Maheu O, Galstian T, Bessette A, Zhao Y. Mesogenic linear azobenzene polymer-stabilized nematic liquid crystals. Journal of Applied Physics. 2011; 109(6):063505-063505-6.
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