Panos is a postdoctoral associate in the Synthetic Neurobiology group at MIT. He acquired his Electrical and Computer Engineering Diploma from the NTUA (Greece). During his Ph.D. at the TU Munich (Germany), he worked on (pre-)clinical cancer imaging using optical methods. Later on, Panos focused on the transparent brains of zebrafish larvae and he engineered a novel tracking microscope. Intrigued by the neural circuits that give rise to behaviour, he joined the Synthetic Neurobiology group to expand and use novel tools to understand the structure and function of the larval zebrafish brain.
Email: symvou, followed by @mit.edu