7th Leica Super-res User Club Meeting

Leica Microsystems together with Czech-BioImaging and IMG Microscopy Centre invite all interested in biomedical imaging to join us for invited exciting talks given by international users on results obtained with super-resolution techniques. The talks are open to all interested without prior registration:

25th October (15:00) Dr Jordi Andilla, Institute of Photonic Sciences, Barcelona    
Unveiling structural Super-resolution information of human amyloid-β plaques by combining STED microscopy and array-tomography 

26th October (09:50) Dr Camille Boutin, IBDM CNRS, Marseilles
Deciphering molecular control of deuterosome mediated centriole mass production 

25th October (09:10) Dr Susan Cox, Randall Division of Cell and Molecular Biophysics, Kings College London
Information in loca lisation microscopy 

25th October (10:10) Prof Christian Eggeling, Wolfson Imaging Centre at the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, Oxford University    
Super-resolution microscopy: Challenges, potentials and applications in biomedical research 

24th October (13:30) Dr Jindřiška Fišerová, Institute of Molecular Genetics of the CAS
Using super-resolution to determine the nuclear periphery organization 

24th October (14:30) Dr Eugene Katrukha, Division of Cell Biology, Utrecht University
Resolving cytoskeleton using multi-color STED and expansion microscopy 

26th October (10:40) Dr Frédéric Leroux, Leica Microsystems, Germany
Correlative methodologies in life science research: a practical approach 

26th October (09:00) Prof Dr Torsten Ochsenreiter, University of Berne    
Using super-resolution microscopy to elucidate the mitochondrial genome segregation machinery in Trypanosoma brucei 

25th October (15:20) Dr Martin Offterdinger, Medical University Innsbruck CCB, Division of Neurobiochemistry Biooptics    
Live-cell STED using mNeonGreen 

25th October (14:00) Prof Marc van Zandvoort, Dept. of Genetics & Cell Biology – MCB, School for Cardiovascular Diseases CARIM, Maastricht University
From Lamin to Lipids: STED as a tool in biomedical research

Location: The meeting take place at the Institute of Molecular Genetics of the CAS in Hasek auditorium.

Date: 24th - 26th October 2017

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