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June 2019

GerBI-GMB Core Facility Management Course

June 24 - June 28 (Deadline: April 18)
Pirminstr. 141 D - 78479 Insel Reichenau, Germany + Google Map

2019 Core Facility Management Course will mark the second course organised by the German BioImaging network successor; GerBI-GMB - The Society for Microscopy and Image Analysis. The concept of core facilities, central hubs for demanding technical and analytics services, is rapidly changing how science is carried out at many research institutions. Core facility managers, often academically trained scientists, find themselves in a variety of different roles that demand a broad set of skills they traditionally haven’t been taught in their career.…

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CABs 4th summer school in Advanced Live Cell Imaging

June 24 - June 28 (Deadline: May 5)
Center for advanced Bioimaging (CAB), Thorvaldsensvej 40 + Google Map

This course is aimed at PhD students with experience in microscopy and with an interest in advanced live cell imaging. The course comprises theory and show-cases on selected topics, such as Fluorescence Lifetime, Super Resolution and High Throughput Microscopy as well as live cell and spectral imaging. The participants will benefit from the advanced instrumentation that is part of CAB. Internationally outstanding experts will give key notes on these topics. It will be possible for the students to bring their…

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The 7th Bioimaging Workshop

June 27 - June 28
Center for advanced Bioimaging (CAB), Bülowsvej 17 + Google Map

Center for Advanced Bioimaging (CAB) hosts the 7th Bioimaging Workshop in Copenhagen, June 27-28. The workshop will consist of two days with lectures, a poster session, hands-on time at the sponsor exhibition and a dinner. All free of charge thanks to Danish Bioimaging network and our many sponsors This year’s plenary speakers will be Clemens Löwik, Department of Radiology, Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam, Netherlands Karin Busch, Department of Biology, University of Münster, Germany CAB encourages everyone with an interest in microscopy to join the…

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July 2019

Super-Resolution Microscopy

July 8 - July 13
EMBL Heidelberg, Germany, EMBL + Google Map

Registration is not yet open for this event. If you are interested in receiving more information please register your interest.  Course Overview This six day advanced course on fluorescence super-resolution microscopy will cover the theory and practical application of current super-resolution microscopy techniques to biological questions. The participants will have sufficient time to use current super-resolution microscopes for Localisation Microscopy (e.g. dSTORM /GSDIM) and STED Microscopy on a variety of fixed and living samples prepared during the course. Invited guest…

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ESRIC Super-Resolution Summer School 2019

July 15 - July 19 (Deadline: March 31)
Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh Campus, Edinburgh, EH14 4AS.

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), AiryScan and single molecule localization microscopies (PALM, sptPALM and dSTORM). The summer school will consist of informal…

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2019 EMBL Lautenschläger Summer School

July 15 - July 26 (Deadline: April 1)
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The summer program, Visualising Life, introduces students to the dynamic interdisciplinary world of current biology research. Modern life science has benefitted tremendously from new technologies and concepts in physics, engineering and mathematics, while computer science has changed the way we can analyze and exploit data for new insights. Are you eager to engage in these ideas and help shape the future of biology? Join us for exciting 2-week course at one of the leading biology research institutions in Europe. Course…

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Crick EM Symposium: Focus on Correlative Imaging Across Scales, 15-19 July 2019, Francis Crick Institute, UK

July 15 - July 16

Continuing on from our 2017 Crick EM Symposium that celebrated the opening of the EM facilities, we will hold a two-day symposium exploring the impact of correlative imaging on biomedical research across scales. The symposium will include talks from research and technology leaders in imaging, from the macromolecular through to the whole organism scales, with a particular emphasis on how these new techniques can be applied to biomedical research. We will also hear about cutting edge developments in correlative imaging and big microscopy…

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Crick Advanced Correlative Light and Electron Microscopy (CLEM) Course 2019

July 17 - July 19 (Deadline: April 30)

The hands-on CLEM course will cover three correlative workflows - 3D CLEM, Integrated Light and EM, and cryo CLEM - using a range of techniques and equipment including Near Infrared Branding, micro CT, Serial Block Face SEM, Focused Ion Beam SEM, high pressure freezing, in-resin fluorescence, ultraLM, integrated light and SEM (SECOM), plunge freezing and cryo-fluorescence. There will also be a CLEM image analysis tutorial session. There are limited places available on the CLEM course.

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Hands-on Flow Cytometry – Learning by Doing!

July 29 - August 2 (Deadline: May 6)
Heidelberg, Germany + Google Map

Course Overview Flow Cytometry is one of the most powerful single cell analysis methods used throughout the life sciences and medicine. Utilising Flow Cytometry we can identify and quantify many different parameters from heterogeneous samples, analyse the corresponding state of proliferation or simply detect the expression of fluorescent reporters. In line with the suggestions from our course in 2017, we will significantly enhance the number of analysis sessions together with our partners from FlowJo. We will cover the theory of…

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August 2019

PhD course: Introduction to Fluorescence Microscopy

August 12 - August 28 (Deadline: July 15)
Aarhus University and Skejby Hospital, Bartholins Allé 6 + Google Map

C267/03 Introduction to Fluorescence Microscopy ECTS: 5.40 GP: ClinFO Responsible: Lene Niemann Nejsum Secretary: Annette Poulsen Application deadline: 15-7-2019 Title: Introduction to Fluorescence Microscopy Reg.no: C267/03 is being offered by the Graduate School of Health, Aarhus University, fall 2019 Criteria for participation: University degree in medicine, dentistry, nursing, or Master’s degree in other fields and/or postgraduate research fellows (PhD students and research-year medical students). Aim: The aim is to give the participants an overview of basic fluorescence microscopy techniques, sample preparation, image acquisition and…

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