Dr Brian T Bennett
Dr Brian T Bennett

Dr. Brian T. Bennett , University of Massachusetts Medical School 2006

"An experiment is a question which science poses to nature, and a measurement is the recording of nature’s answer"


Max Plank, 1858 to 1947

Theoretical Physicist

Thank you for visiting my living Curriculum Vitae!

This is, and will always be, a work in progress that I hope chronicles my efforts in science and medicine, past, present, and future.  I am truly grateful to have discovered the passion for altruism and discovery.   

Dr. Brian T. Bennett, Assistant Research Professor, University of Utah  completes the assembly of a super-resolution FPALM, Biplane microscope.  Biplane microscopy provides three-dimensional sub-100nm resolution (~30X30X75nm) of thick samples without scanning. The method employs the dual plane detection system of Biplane microscopes to achieve super-resolution in the z-axis.  Biplane methodology is combined with fluorescent photoactivatable localization microscopy (FPALM) to enable 3D sub-diffraction resolution without scanning. 


Shown here is a dual-plane single molecule detection of the mitochondria 

2013 University of Utah Technology Review Highlighting Dr. Brian T, Bennett's Design an of the Vutara SR200.
Vutara, (started and funded as Scintalla),  was founded by Dr. Brian T. Bennett, 2009 following completion of the Vutrara SR200 Beta Version at The University of Utah, and $ 2.29 million dollar capitol raise.
Shown Here is the Original, Beta, Vutara SR200 built by Dr. Brian T. Bennett in his laboratory at the University of Utah.