This workshop will cover fluorescence microscopy, confocal laser scanning microscopy, multiphoton excitation fluorescence microscopy and digital deconvolution and 3-D reconstruction, and fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy.
Trends in Microscopy (TiM): German BioImaging Spring School
Trends in Microscopy is an intense microscopy training camp offering hands-on workshops (9 workshop sessions) and scientific talks from distinguished guest speakers. The program will also cover fundamentals of optics and practical sessions on image analysis. Registration Deadline: February 16, 2020
What the Cell is Going On? Scientists Reveal Their Methods for Successful Single-Cell Omics Research
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Join Karine Gousset, Ph.D., Neil Umbreit, Ph.D., and Yelena G. Golubeva, Ph.D. in a fast-paced discussion of how they obtain high-quality, sterile collections of targeted cells from a variety of sample types such as FFPE tissue, liquid biopsy, cell cultures, suspensions, and more for genomic and proteomic analysis.
Multi-dimensional live and fixed microscope data can be collected in so many ways, and the various solutions seem to grow almost daily. There are many workshops that focus on general optical principals and the use of conventional microscope platforms such as widefield fluorescence, confocal and multiphoton imaging, but none that are specifically designed to demystify rapidly evolving and increasingly prescient methods such as light-sheet imaging. Ultimately this is the goal of this workshop, what is light-sheet microscopy in all its flavors, what can you do with it, how do you choose between platforms and once you have a system or are proficient with a device what do you do with the data? This week long course brings together experts in conventional optics, all aspects of light sheet microscopy and image analysis to help you bring your light-sheet based cellular, animal and large sample/cleared sample imaging to the next level. From the syllabus you will see that we start out with principals and choices and then move into specific systems instructed by both academic and industry faculty. In fact, we have will have almost all the available commercial solutions on site for you to use. We will provide samples, but equally you are welcome to use your own. Our goal is that you will return to your home institution fully capable to implement and use these truly exciting new tools. Applications are due on April 15, 2020.
The goals of the MSC-SMC Symposium are to bring together junior and senior researchers working in the field of imaging in Canada and abroad, to develop a strong network between imaging researchers in Canada, and to learn about exciting new research. This event will feature BINA executive member, Dr. Teng-Leong Chew, as a Keynote Speaker.
GWNIC Correlative Light & Electron Microscopy Workshop
The main theme of this workshop is correlating large-area images of the same sample created with both light and high-resolution electron microscopy.
It will be geared towards microscopists who are interested in learning new techniques for special projects or who are in the market for new instruments, particularly those who are interested in utilizing large area imaging in their research.
Global BioImaging organizes annual international workshops called Exchange of Experience (EoE), which represent key moments for the international imaging community to come together and discuss common goals, trends and challenges in running open access imaging facilities across the globe. The EoE workshops are a unique open forum for discussion and generation of new ideas, where imaging facility managers and technical staff, scientists, science policy officers and funders from around the globe, come together to build the interpersonal relations necessary for the success of the Global BioImaging network.