As a leading international center for research and education, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory organizes 30+ advanced technical science courses each year featuring instructors and participants from around the world.
The MDI Biological Laboratory offers a wide range of courses for students at all levels. We offer short laboratory training courses for undergraduate students through Maine INBRE as an enrichment to the curricula of students’ institutions. We offer courses for medical students and physicians providing an immersive experience in basic scientific research to bridge the gap between discovery and clinical application of scientific knowledge.
Our biomedical innovation courses are offered for post-graduate students and scientists who want to acquire expertise in the fields of regenerative medicine, aging, and bioinformatics.
May 15-22, 2020: Quantitative Fluorescence Microscopy 2020
May 24 - 29, 2020: Applications of Organoid Technology 2020
Super-resolution light microscopy (SRLM) is a dynamically evolving field of biomedical sciences. Therefore, the main goal of this course is to teach in-depth practical understanding of key SRLM methods and to enable the participants to apply the appropriate type of SRLM in their own research projects in the future. The focus of this EMBO Practical Course will be on the practical aspects, complemented by theoretical lectures, which will introduce basic concepts of optics and their relation to SRLM methods. The practical application of SRLM will be demonstrated by presentations of ongoing scientific projects presented by leading scientists in the field.
The ESRIC super-resolution summer school is a five-day residential course held in Edinburgh. The course is designed to give participants a thorough grounding in super-resolution microscopy in an informal and intimate setting. It brings together leading academics and the major suppliers of super-resolution microscopes to provide expertise and guidance in the theory, practise and analysis of structured illumination microscopy (SIM), stimulated emission depletion microscopy (STED), single molecule localization microscopies (PALM, sptPALM and dSTORM) and other new developments in the field.