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I joined KCL in 2007 after completion of my Ph.D. in Tel-Aviv, Israel, and post-doctoral training in Winnipeg, Canada. My main role is to develop new Förster resonance energy transfer - Fluoresence lifetime imaging microscopy (FRET-FLIM) assays/methods for imaging protein-protein interactions in live/fixed cells and cancer tissue from patients with different types of cancer. It includes utilization of biosensor molecules or highly specific antibodies modified to fit the purpose.