As a school student in the United States, Dr Michael Mlodzianoski had a natural ability for physics and mathematics. By the time Michael was at university, his timetable reflected a deep passion for science.
During his Master’s degree at the University of Maine, USA, Michael worked under a new professor who was establishing a microscopy and biophysics lab. The experience was pivotal for Michael – it was microscopy that he wanted to focus his career on.
Fast forward a few years and a change of continents. These days you will find Michael in WEHI’s Centre for Dynamic Imaging where he is instrumental in helping scientists use advanced imaging technology and powerful equipment to create detailed, real-time views of biological systems.