EMBL Barcelona, C/ Dr. Aiguader, 88, PRBB Building, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
PhD 2015, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA.
Postdoctoral research at University of Cambridge, UK.
Deputy Editor, infocus, Royal Microscopical Society (RMS).
Group leader at EMBL since October 2018.
Total: 10 publication(s)
Johannes Waschke, Mario Hlawitschka, Kerim Anlas, Vikas Trivedi, Ingo Roeder, Jan Huisken, Nico Scherf. (2020)
linus: Conveniently explore, share and present large-scale biological trajectory data from a web browser.
bioRxiv doi: 10.1101/2020.04.17.043323
Vikas Trivedi, Timothy Fulton, Andrea Attardi, Kerim Anlas, Chaitanya Dingare, Alfonso Martinez-Arias, Benjamin Steventon. (2019)
Self-organised symmetry breaking in zebrafish reveals feedback from morphogenesis to pattern formation.
bioRxivorg doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/769257
Lenne PF, Trivedi V. (2018)
Tissue 'melting' sculpts embryo.
Trivedi V, Choi HMT, Fraser SE, Pierce NA. (2018)
Multidimensional quantitative analysis of mRNA expression within intact vertebrate embryos.
Turner DA, Girgin M, Alonso-Crisostomo L, Trivedi V, Baillie-Johnson P, Glodowski CR, Hayward PC, Collignon J, Gustavsen C, Serup P, Steventon B, P Lutolf M, Arias AM. (2017)
Anteroposterior polarity and elongation in the absence of extra-embryonic tissues and of spatially localised signalling in gastruloids: mammalian embryonic organoids.
Cutrale F, Trivedi V, Trinh LA, Chiu CL, Choi JM, Artiga MS, Fraser SE. (2017)
Hyperspectral phasor analysis enables multiplexed 5D in vivo imaging.
Ruf-Zamojski F, Trivedi V, Fraser SE, Trinh le A. (2015)
Spatio-Temporal Differences in Dystrophin Dynamics at mRNA and Protein Levels Revealed by a Novel FlipTrap Line.
Trivedi V, Truong TV, Trinh le A, Holland DB, Liebling M, Fraser SE. (2015)
Dynamic structure and protein expression of the live embryonic heart captured by 2-photon light sheet microscopy and retrospective registration.
Li Y, Trivedi V, Truong TV, Koos DS, Lansford R, Chuong CM, Warburton D, Moats RA, Fraser SE. (2015)
Dynamic imaging of the growth plate cartilage reveals multiple contributors to skeletal morphogenesis.
Rosenthal AZ, Zhang X, Lucey KS, Ottesen EA, Trivedi V, Choi HM, Pierce NA, Leadbetter JR. (2013)
Localizing transcripts to single cells suggests an important role of uncultured deltaproteobacteria in the termite gut hydrogen economy.