LABORATORY FOR ADVANCED BIOLOGICAL SENSING
FRANCESCO S. PAVONE LAB
The Laboratory for Advanced Biological Sensing
We are working on multiple research lines, ranging on several topics: from neuro-imaging to single molecule biophysics, biomedical imaging, neuro imaging and big data machine learning.
LABS is part of the European Laboratory for Nonlinear Spectroscopy (LENS), an international and interdisciplinary research center within the University of Florence.
The European Innovation Council was established under the EU’s Horizon Europe program. The EIC is Europe’s flagship program for identifying, developing, and scaling disruptive technologies and game-changing innovations, supporting them throughout their life cycle.
The European Commission has activated several projects to grow the research sector and attract researchers. The goal is to remove barriers and allow researchers to move freely in Europe and gain better access to assignments and funding.
FCRF offers research grants to promote and support original and innovative research projects with a significant impact on the scientific community, in compliance with the goals of sustainable development defined by the UN.
The European Research Council is the European research funding body that aims to retain and attract the best researchers from around the world, selected on the criterion of scientific excellence. The ERC supports high-risk research projects led by principal investigators (PIs) with an internationally renowned track record.
The mission of the NIH is to seek fundamental knowledge about the nature and behavior of living systems and the application of that knowledge to enhance health, lengthen life, and reduce the burdens of illness and disability.
The Euro-BioImaging Interim Web Access Portal and the related Italian ALM (Advanced Light Microscopy) Node Candidate that comprises five imaging facilities located in Naples, Genoa, Padua, Florence and Milan.
Laserlab-Europe is a consortium of 35 leading European organisations focused on advancing laser research in a coordinated and interdisciplinary manner. The initiative aims to strengthen Europe’s position in laser research through joint activities and by providing access to state-of-the-art facilities to researchers from any field.