Dr Mike Pilling

Research Associate

michael.pilling-3 @ manchester.ac.uk


18 Quantum Cascade Laser Spectral Histopathology: Breast Cancer Diagnostics Using High Throughput Chemical Imaging
Michael J. Pilling, Alex Henderson and Peter Gardner
Analytical Chemistry (2017)
17 Infrared spectral histopathology using haematoxylin and eosin (H&E) stained glass slides: a major step forward towards clinical translation
Michael J. Pilling, Alex Henderson, Jonathan H. Shanks, Michael D. Brown, Noel W. Clarke and Peter Gardner
Analyst 142 (2017) 1258-1268
16 FTIR imaging of the molecular burden around Aβ deposits in an early-stage 3-Tg-APP-PSP1-TAU mouse model of Alzheimer's disease
Artur Dawid Surowka, Michael Pilling, Alex Henderson, Herve Boutin, Lidan Christie, Magdalena Szczerbowska-Boruchowska and Peter Gardner
Analyst 142 (2017) 156-168
15 Fundamental developments in infrared spectroscopic imaging for biomedical applications
Michael Pilling and Peter Gardner
Chem. Soc. Rev. 45 (2016) 1935-1957
14 Chemotherapeutic Response to Cisplatin-like Drugs in Human Breast Cancer Cells Probed by Vibrational Microspectroscopy
Ana L. M. Batista de Carvalho, Mike Pilling, Peter Gardner, James Doherty, Gianfelice Cinque, Katia Wehbe, Chris Kelley, Luis A. E. Batista de Carvalho and Maria Paula M Marques
Faraday Discuss. 187 (2016) 273-298
Open Access
High throughput Quantum Cascade Laser (QCL) spectral histopathology : a practical approach towards clinical translation
Michael J Pilling, Peter Gardner, Alex Henderson, Michael D Brown, Benjamin Bird and Noel William Clarke
Faraday Discuss. 187 (2016) 135-154
12 Comparison of transmission and transflectance mode FTIR imaging of biological tissue
Michael J. Pilling, Paul Bassan and Peter Gardner
Analyst 140 (2015) 2383-2392
11 Anisotropic electric surface resistance of Cu(110)
A Otto, P Lilie, P Dumas, C Hirschmugl, M Pilling and G P Williams
New Journal of Physics 9 (2007) 288
10 Combined far infrared RAIRS and XPS studies of TiCl4 adsorption and reaction on Mg films
Pilling, M J; Fonseca, A A; Cousins, M J; Waugh, K C; Surman, M; Gardner, P
Surface Science. 587(1-2) (2005) 78-87
9 A theoretical study of inverse features in far-infrared RAIRS spectra from non-metallic substrates
Le Vent, S; Pilling, M J; Gardner, P
Surface Science. 587(1-2) (2005) 150-158
8 Considerations of optical anisotropy in the simulation of reflection absorption infrared spectra
Pilling, M J; Gardner, P; Le Vent, S
Surface Science. 582(1-3) (2005) 1-13
7 A theoretical investigation of the far-infrared RAIRS experiment applied to a buried metal layer substrate
Gardner, P; LeVent, S; Pilling, M
Surface Science. 559(2-3) (2004) 186-200
6 Grafting of Benzylic Amide Macrocycles onto Acid-Terminated Self-Assembled Monolayers Studied by XPS, RAIRS, and Contact Angle Measurements
Francesca Cecchet, Michael Pilling, Laszlo Hevesi, Stefano Schergna, Jenny K. Y. Wong, Guy J. Clarkson, David A. Leigh and Petra Rudolf
J. Phys. Chem. B 107(39) (2003) 10863–10872
5 Anomalous inverse absorption features in the far-infrared RAIRS spectra of SnCl4 on thin-film SnO2 surfaces
Pilling, M J; Le Vent, S; Gardner, P; Awaluddin, A; Wincott, P L; Pemble, M E; Surman, M
Journal of Chemical Physics. 117(14) (2002) 6780-6788
4 The origin of inverse absorption bands observed in the far-infrared RAIRS spectra of SnCl4 and SnBr4 adsorbed on thin-film SnO2 surfaces
Awaluddin, A; Pilling, M J; Wincott, P L; LeVent, S; Surman, M; Pemble, M E; Gardner, P
Surface Science. 502-503 (2002) 63-69
3 Far-Infrared Reflection Absorption Spectroscopy: Low frequency studies on single-crystal oxide surfaces
M. Pilling, T. He and C. Hirschmugl
AIP Conf. Proc. 521 (2000) 41
2 A far-infrared RAIRS investigation of SnCl4 and water on thin-film carbon and silica surfaces
Pilling, M J; Gardner, P; Kausar, R; Pemble, M E; Surman, M
Surface Science. 433–435 (1999) 22-26
1 A far-infrared RAIRS investigation of SnCl4 on a silica surface using the buried metal layer approach
Pilling, M J; Gardner, P; Pemble, M E; Surman, M
Surface Science. 418(1) (1998) L1-L7

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