- DBI has opened an image contest: send your images to info(at)danishbioimaging.dk before June 30th and you have a chance that one of them will published on DBI webpage.
- We are now 200 members, please spread the word and invite your Bioimaging colleagues. Membership is free 😊
- The first Cross institutional Bioimaging between SDU, KU, AU and DTU went successfully with 18 participants (PhD students and researchers). If your group wants to contribute and participate in the organization and running of the next course in the Fall 2019, please contact vita(at)bmb.sdu.dk
- Invited speakers for SCANDEM from DBI: Thomas Walter, Centre for Computational Biology, Institut Curie, Paris and Gustavo Quintas Glasner de Medeiros, Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research, Basel.
Danish Bioimaging network meeting 2018: save the date 02.10.2018 at SDU Odense, registration will be opened in May.
Keynote speaker: Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, Janelia Research Campus. Confirmed Speakers: Jonas Ries, EMBL, Heidelberg and Rainer Heintzmann, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena
Scandem 2018, the 69th Annual Conference of the Nordic Microscopy Society: Danish Bioimaging Network organizes 2 sessions: (1) Live imaging of single cells and (2) Imaging multicellular systems, DTU, Kg. Lyngby, DENMARK, June 25-28, 2018.
(abstract submission deadline extended till 14.04.2018)
Lectures of Dr. Teng Leong Chew (Janelia Research Campus) organized by Danish Bioimaging Network in Copenhagen (KU) and in Odense (SDU) went with a big success. Follow Janelia webpage for open calls if you want to visit Advanced Imaging Center and work there on your project.
We are gathering a list of your favorite resources in light microscopy, fluorescence and sample preparation Participate here!
Danish Bioimaging network meeting 2018: save the date 02.10.2018, SDU Odense. Registration information will follow. Keynote speaker: Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
Confirmed Speakers: Jonas Ries, EMBL, Heidelberg.
March 12, 2018 at 11am at KU, Panum Institute, auditorium Nielsine and March 13, 2018 at 1pm at SDU, Odense, BMB seminar room. Please register here: Google form
- Scandem 2018, the 69th Annual Conference of the Nordic Microscopy Society: Danish Bioimaging Network organizes 2 sessions: Live imaging of single cells and Imaging multicellular systems, DTU, Kg. Lyngby, DENMARK, June 25-28, 2018. (abstract submission deadline is 30.03.2018)
The cross institutional course between Copenhagen University, University of Southern Denmark, Aarhus University and Danish Technical University has successfully started in SDU. For the first day 16 students were present!
Danish Bioimaging network offers one travel grant for a participation in the Cross-institutional Bioimaging PhD course. The course will give students a unique opportunity of orienting themselves within an active and diverse field of interdisciplinary science within bioimaging. If you want to participate in the course, there are still few places available, deadline for the registration is 15th of January 2018.
To apply for the travel grant, please submit your motivation letter to vita(at)sdu.dk no later than January 10th 2018. In the letter you should write why the course is important for you and for your project, the economical justification and the name of you supervisor. Max length 0.5 A4 page. The application should be sent to me and CCed to your supervisor.
The maximum amount is 3600 DK.
A few impressions from the 1st scientific Danish BioImaging Network meeting held on November 8th, 2017 at the Panum institute, Copenhagen.
The registration for the 2nd NEUBIAS conference in Szeged, Hungary, 27th of January to 2nd of February 2018 is open.
Share your images with the Danish bioimaging community! Danish BioImaging is running a competition for the best images from its members. The winners will be announced at the DBI scientific event on November 8, 2017 and awarded a prize sponsored by Carl ZEISS.
If you would like to participate, submit your images here.
Please note that submitted images will also be featured on the DBI website.
Danish BioImaging has allocated 50.000 DKK to promote interactions between network members by supporting activities that
- aim at the exchange of knowledge and skills between DBI members (visits to other groups/facilities to learn new applications).
- strengthen bioimaging in Denmark (courses for Master/PhD students, seminars, workshops, etc.).
Applications are welcome for 3.000 – 10.000 DKK. In order to apply, please send a short activity description, activity budget and dates (all together not more than 2 A4-pages) to cprats [at] sund [dot] ku [dot] dk.