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June 2022

PhD summer School in Advanced Live Cell imaging

June 27 @ 9:00 am - July 1 @ 2:00 pm CEST (Deadline: May 6)
Frederiksberg campus, Bülowsvej 40, Frederiksberg + Google Map

This course is aimed at PhD students with experience in microscopy and with an interest in advanced live cell imaging. The major objective of this practical course is to introduce advanced microscopy techniques such as high-speed live cell imaging, fluorescence lifetime imaging and super resolution. In addition, the course touches image analysis with machine learning/AI. The course comprises of theory and show cases, and the participants will benefit from the advanced instrumentation that is part of CAB. The course gives…

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CABs 8th Bioimaging workshop

June 30 @ 12:00 pm - July 1 @ 12:00 pm CEST (Deadline: June 1)
Frederiksberg campus, Bülowsvej 21, Frederiksberg + Google Map

After being postponed last year, CABs Bioimaging Workshop is back again! The workshop will run: Thursday June 30th – Friday July 1st  (lunchtime – lunchtime) at the Plant Science Center at Frederiksberg campus. There will be many interesting talks, posters and exhibitions from companies. The keynote speakers of the 8th Bioimaging workshop are: Thomas Nyström (University of Gothenburg) Jan Huisken (Georg-August-University Göttingen) Beside the keynote speakers we hope to have many interesting talks from especially younger scientist, so please sign…

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July 2022

Frontiers in Bioimaging 2022

July 5 - July 6
Birmingham, UK Edgbaston Park Hotel

Frontiers in Bioimaging 2022 will focus on the latest developments in optical and electron microscopy as well as image analysis. Sessions will cover novel technical developments and applications of these microscopy-based approaches to key cell and molecular biology questions with an overarching aim to bring insights on how they participate in our understanding of human health and disease. We aim to provide an environment where early-careers and established researchers can meet and engage with a broad range of imaging approaches and…

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August 2022

MSc degree programme in Biomedical Imaging

August 1, 2022 - June 28, 2024 (Deadline: January 19)
University of Turku and Åbo Akademi University

Master\'s Degree in Biomedical Imaging is a two-year program in pre-clinical research, during which you can specialize in microscopy, medical imaging, bioimage informatics, nano/material sciences or instrumentation. The graduates of the program have been continuing as doctoral candidates, experts in core facilities, work in industry or administrative tasks.Persons eligible for master’s degree should have completed a bachelor’s degree by July 2021. Areas suitable for the degree include life sciences, medicine, chemistry, physics or technical sciences. Everyone’s background is evaluated individually. The programme is jointly administered by the universities in Turku; University of…

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Bridging Nordic Microscopy Infrastructures 1st meeting – Iceland 17-19th August 2022.

August 17 - August 19
University of Iceland, Iceland

The Bridging Nordic Microscopy Infrastructures 1st meeting will be held in Iceland in August at the University of Iceland. Confirmed invited speakers include Marcus Sauer (Super resolution, Würzburg University), Carolina Wählby (Image Analysis, Uppsala University) and Yannick Schwab (CLEM EMBL). Registration and program coming soon at www.BNMI.eu

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Cross-Institutional Bioimaging PhD Course – fall 2022

August 29 @ 9:30 am - November 14 @ 5:00 pm CEST

Level: PhD course Time: August 29th to November 14th, 2022 Locations: Copenhagen, Odense, Aarhus, Kgs. Lyngby Language: English Number of contact hours: 80 Capacity limits: 20 Flyer_Cross-uni-course 2022   Course description The Cross Institutional Bioimaging Ph.D. course will be given by a series of lecturers who are experts within each their field of bioimaging. The course will take place at different Danish research institutions in order to expose the students to different research groups, researchers and experimental research facilities. The…

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November 2022

PhD Course – Quantitative 3D Imaging | Danish Diabetes Academy

November 21 - November 24 (Deadline: October 15)
Roskilde University, Department of Science and Environment

The aim of the course is to introduce the use of 3D confocal and light sheet imaging to answer basic and pre-clinical research questions in a quantitative manner, and teach tools for quantitative imaging analysis. The course includes lectures, inspirational talks and demo workshops in microscopy and image analysis. The format includes 4 days on-campus teaching and workshops and a post-course assignment and online presentation seminar. You are expected to read provided material, complete an image analysis tutorial and prepare…

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