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  • Triet, N., M. Mansell and A. Small. 2010. Theoretical investigation of optical patterning of monolayers with subwavelength resolution. Physics Letters A.

  • Small, A. 2009. Theoretical Limits on Speed, Errors, and Resolution in Microscopy with Switchable Fluorophores. In OSA Technical Proceedings, Conference: Novel Techniques in Microscopy, NMB4. Vancouver, BC: Optical Society of America.

  • Amyot, F., A. Small, H. Boukari, K. Camphausen and A. Gandjbakhche. 2009. Topology of the heterogeneous nature of the extracellular matrix on stochastic modeling of tumor-induced angiogenesis. Microvascular Research 77: 87-95.

  • Small, A. 2009. Theoretical limits on errors and acquisition rates in localizing switchable fluorophores. Biophysical Journal.

  • Amyot, F., A. Small, H. Boukari, D. Sackett, J. Elliott, D. McDaniel, A. Plant and A. Gandjbakhche. 2008. Thin films of oriented collagen fibrils for cell motility studies. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Part B, Applied Biomaterials.

  • Small, A., A. Neagu, F. Amyot, D. Sackett, V. Chernomordik and A. Gandjbakhche. 2008. Spatial distribution of VEGF isoforms and chemotactic signals in the vicinity of a tumor. Journal of Theoretical Biology 252: 593-607.

  • Small, A. and D. Pine. 2007. Delocalization of classical waves in highly anisotropic random media. Physical Review E.

  • Small, A., I. Ilev, V. Chernomordik and A. Gandjbakhche. 2006. Enhancing diffraction-limited images using properties of the point spread function. Optics Express.

  • Small, A., D.J. Pine and S. Hong. 2005. Properties of Core-Shell Particles in Plastic Matrices. Journal of Polymer Science Part B-Polymer Physics 43: 3534-3548.

  • Moon, J., A. Small, G. Yi, S. Lee, W. Chang, D. Pine and S. Yang. 2005. Patterned polymer photonic crystals using soft lithography and holographic lithography. Synthetic Metals 148: 99-102.

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Educational Background

  • 2005-2007 – Postdoctoral, National Institutes of Health (Bethesda, MD) (Biophysics)

  • 2005 – Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara (Physics)

  • 1998 – B.S., University of Southern California (Los Angeles, CA) (Physics)

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  • Computational Methods for Fluorescence Imaging of Cells with Nanometer Resolution

  • Project title: Beating the Diffraction Limit in Photochemistry and Photolithography: A Feasibility Study With Computer Simulations

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Collaborators, Advisors & Advisees

  • Gandjbakhche, A – National Institutes of Health

  • Pine, D – New York University

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