Light-sheet microscopy is an emerging technology that enables imaging of large biological specimens with minimal photo-damage. It opens new avenues to study cell biological and developmental processes with unprecedented imaging speed and facilitates systems biology approaches by quantitative imaging of entire living systems.
Light-sheet microscopy has only recently left the optical tables of technology developers and become more broadly available through commercial and open-access platforms. This EMBO Practical Course will comprehensively introduce the light sheet microscopy paradigm to the new generation of scientists.
arivis supports this EMBO Practical Course which is held from 15 – 26 August 2016 at MPI-CBG, Dresden, Germany. arivis colleagues will be present on selected days to support the participants with image analysis on the workstations.
August 15 -26, 2016
Julien Colombelli, IRB Barcelona
Scott Fraser, University of Southern California
Corinne Lorenzo, Paul Sabatier University France
Ernst Stelzer, Goethe University Frankfurt Germany
Stephan Preibisch, Berlin Institute of Medical Systems Biology Germany
Hari Shroff, NIH National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering
Caren Norden, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics (MPI-CBG) Germany
Tassos Pavlopoulos, HHMI Janelia Research Campus USA