July 14-18, 2014


“Microscopic dissection of tumor invasion and metastasis using biophotonics”

Keynote speaker: John S. Condeelis, PhD

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

New York

Claire Brown, McGill University

Lisa Cameron, Dana Faber Institute

Pina Colarusso, University of Calgary

Paul Maddox, University of North Carolina

Thomas Stroh, Montreal Neurological Institute

Invited Speakers
Gil Bub – Oxford University

Michelle Digman, University of California at Irvine

Kevin Eliceiri – University of Wisconsin

Etienne Gagnon – University of Montreal

Cathy Galbraith – Oregon Health Sciences University

Elizabeth Hillman, Columbia University

Jeff Mewborn – Queen’s University

Spencer Shorte – Institut Pasteur

State-of-the-art equipment! Four hours of hands-on time each day.

Topics will include

Imaging Biology in Action

Live Cell Imaging

Imaging living organisms

Tracking applications

Pushing the limits of speed

Visualizing Molecular Interactions

Point Localization Microscopy (STORM, dSTORM, PALM)

Structured Illumination Microscopy (SIM)

Stimulate Emission Depletion Microscopy (STED)

3D Super-resolution

Super-resolution sample preparation

In Vivo Imaging

Multi-photon confocal laser scanning microscopy

Intra-vital imaging

Light sheet microscopy

Measuring Dynamic & Interactions

Fluorescence (Förster) Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET) Microscopy

FRET Sensors

Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy (FLIM)

Imaging Cross Correlation Microscopy (ICM, RICS)

FRAP, Photo-conversion, Photo-activation, photo-manipulation

Chromosome dynamics

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May 2, 2014