Michael Peres - Rochester Institute of Technology

Michael Peres joined the teaching faculty of the Rochester Institute of Technology School of Photographic Arts & Sciences in 1986. He is a professor of biomedical photography and teaches photomicrography, biomedical photography and other related applications of photography in science. He served as the chair of the biomedical photographic communications department from 1989 until June 2010 when he was appointed as associate administrative chair of the School.
   
Peres has enjoyed a varied photographic career which began in 1973. He has been actively publishing most of his career and recently served as the editor in chief of the Focal Encyclopedia of Photography – 4th Edition published in 2007. Some of his professional activities include being chair of the Lennart Nilsson Award nominating committee located in Stockholm Sweden, serving as one of the coordinators of the R•I•T Images from Science project as well as the RIT Big Shot project.
   
Peres was a 2003 RIT Eisenhart outstanding faculty award winner and he has been twice awarded the Gitner prize presented by the RIT College of Imaging Arts & Sciences for outstanding achievement in the graphic arts. In 2007 Peres was awarded the Schmidt medal by the BioCommunications Association for lifetime achievements in the field of bio-communications. Michael holds a master's degree in instructional technology and bachelor's degrees in biology and biomedical photographic communications. He is also a registered biological photographer.
     

Full Name: Prof. Michael Peres
   
Institution: Rochester Institute of Technology
    
Department: School of Photographic Arts and Sciences
     
Position: Professor
    
Department URL: http://mrppph.cias.rit.edu
   
GRANDODIORTITE 
peres_grandodiortite
A polarized photomicrograph of grandodiortite. The mineral was 35 um and photographed using a 10X objective.
   
FETAL BONE
peres_fetal_bone
A photomicrograph of 2 articulating surfaces of cartilage. It was photographed using a 10x objective and darkfield illumination.
   
ENSTATITE
peres_enstatite
A polarized photomicrograph of enstatite. The mineral was 35 um and photographed using a 10X objective.
   
CEPHALOPODA UNPOL
peres_cephalopoda unpol
A photomicrograph of a cephalopoda fossil examined using brightfield illumination. It was photographed using a bellows and a 50 mm macro lens.
    
GUNFLINT CHERT
peres_gunflint_chert
A polarized photomicrograph of gunflint_chert. The mineral was 35 um and photographed using a 10X objective.
   
INSTATITE
peres_instatite_2
A polarized photomicrograph of instatite. The mineral was 35 um and photographed using a 10X objective.
     
LABRADORITE
peres_labradorite
A polarized photomicrograph of abradorite. The mineral was 35 um and photographed using a 10X objective.
    
IJOLITE
peres_ijolite
A polarized photomicrograph of ijolite. The mineral was 35 um and photographed using a 10X objective.
       
LAMPOPHYRE
peres_lampophyre
A polarized photomicrograph of lampophyr. The mineral was 35 um and photographed using a 10X objective.
   
LATITE PORPHYRY
peres_latite_porphyry
A polarized photomicrograph of l latite_porphyry. The mineral was 35 um and photographed using a 10X objective.
  
MALIGNATE
peres_malignate
A polarized photomicrograph of malignate. The mineral was 35 um and photographed using a 10X objective.
    
MONOZONITE
peres_monozonite
A polarized photomicrograph of alkalic_syenite. The mineral was 35 um and photographed using a 10X objective.
    
MUSCOVITE BIOTITE GRANITE
peres_muscovite_biotite_granite
A polarized photomicrograph of muscovite_biotite_granite. The mineral was 35 um and photographed using a 10X objective.
    
NEPHELINE SYENITE
peres_nepheline_syenite2
A polarized photomicrograph of nepheline_syenite. The mineral was 35 um and photographed using a 10X objective.
   
OACITE
peres_oacite
A polarized photomicrograph oacite. The mineral was 35 um and photographed using a 10X objective.
   
OLIVINE BASALT
peres_olivine_basalt
A polarized photomicrograph olivine_basalt. The mineral was 35 um and photographed using a 10X objective.
   
TONALITE
peres_tonalite
A polarized photomicrograph of tonalite. The mineral was 35 um and photographed using a 10X objective.
  
DANAELION TARAXUM
A photomicrograph of a dandelion_taraxum shared in longitudinal section. This picture was made using a 4x objective.

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