Mark Tseytlin
Principal Investigator
West Virginia University
Biochemistry
Morgantown, WV
Select a Country
Website
EPR Techniques:cw EPR, EPR oxymetry, EPR theory and simulation, imaging, in-cell EPR, pulse EPR, time-resolved EPR, other
Research Areas:other
Personal Statement:

Major focus of our lab is on the development of:
- Rapid-scan and multi-harmonic EPR
- Field-swept rapid-scan EPR
- Field-modulated pulsed EPR
- New 3D and 4D imaging algorithms
- New digital EPR methodologies and instruments
- Multi-functional EPR imaging