Cross-Institutional Bioimaging PhD Course – fall 2021
September 13 @ 8:00 am - November 29 @ 5:00 pm CEST
The Cross Institutional Bioimaging Ph.D. course is interdisciplinary and cross-institutional and will be given by a series of lecturers who are experts within each their field of bioimaging. The course will take place at different institutions in order to expose the students to different research groups, their researchers and experimental research facilities. The course will thus give the student a unique opportunity of orienting him or herself within an active and diverse field of interdisciplinary science within bioimaging.
The course is relevant for PhD students within medicine, physics, chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology, nano-bioscience, pharmaceutical sciences, agricultural science or biology. The emphasis of the course is a tour of all bioimaging techniques available in Denmark and will cover subjects like live cell imaging, spinning disk microscopy, electron microscopy, photoactivated localization microscopy, single particle techniques, structured illumination, stimulated emission depletion microscopy, imaging of neurons and cell migration.
Time schedule for the course
The course starts September 6th, 2020 and runs consecutive Mondays for 10 weeks at 4 different universities and by different lecturers. Each module of the course covers around 8 hours, from 09:30-17:30. In general, the morning session will consist of a set of lectures and the afternoon session will predominantly involve either the student’s active participation in experiments, specific numerical exercises, or inspection of the local experimental facilities.