2015
Live Imaging
Telethon Institute of Genomic and Medicine – Pozzuoli


2015
Live Imaging
Telethon Institute of Genomic and Medicine – Pozzuoli


Highlights

  • 3 days

  • 40 participants

  • 17 speakers

  • 5 practical sessions

Location

  • Telethon Institute of Genomic and Medicine (TIGEM) – Pozzuoli (NA)

Date

  • From 4 to 6 March 2015

Scientific Secretariat

  • Spartaco Santi

  • Roman Polishchuk

  • Graciana Diex Roux

Live Imaging is used by scientists to improve their understanding of biological functions when studying cell dynamics. This requires high-resolution visualization of the sample in both space and time. For this reason, technological advances in the field of imaging, are crucial to allow performing in vivo analysis without compromising the physiological condition of the sample.
The synergy between researchers and specialized companies made it possible to create an event in which operators with high scientific skills in the biomedical research sector, as well as the latest generation technology in Live Imaging are available. These included: Time-lapse, Confocal Resonant, Confocal Spinning Disk, scientific cameras, microscope incubators, and advanced image analysis methods.

Who it’s for

This year’s program is aimed at researchers, students and technicians who are interested in acquiring the basic elements necessary to create in vivo images, allowing them to investigate the dynamics of cellular physiological processes.

Location

  • Telethon Institute of Genomic and Medicine (TIGEM)Via Camppi Flegrei 34, 80078 Pozzuoli (NA)

Date

  • From 4 to 6 March 2015

Scientific Secretariat

  • Spartaco Santi –  Coordinatore

  • Roman Polishchuk

  • Graciana Diex Roux

Live Imaging is used by scientists to improve their understanding of biological functions when studying cell dynamics. This requires high-resolution visualization of the sample in both space and time. For this reason, technological advances in the field of imaging, are crucial to allow performing in vivo analysis without compromising the physiological condition of the sample.
The synergy between researchers and specialized companies made it possible to create an event in which operators with high scientific skills in the biomedical research sector, as well as the latest generation technology in Live Imaging are available. These included: Time-lapse, Confocal Resonant, Confocal Spinning Disk, scientific cameras, microscope incubators, and advanced image analysis methods.

Who it’s for

This year’s program is aimed at researchers, students and technicians who are interested in acquiring the basic elements necessary to create in vivo images, allowing them to investigate the dynamics of cellular physiological processes.

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