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Tissue Barriers Super-Resolution Microscopy Workshop

Overcoming Barriers in Imaging

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Biosciences Initiative Super-Resolution Microscopy Workshop
For questions, please contact Ann Miller: annlm@umich.edu

This workshop will feature talks, presentations, a poster-session, panel discussions, and opportunities for community building.

At this workshop attendees can present a poster and discuss super-resolution microscopy. Everyone presenting a poster will be entered to win a prize!

Registration is required for ALL attendees. Registration is FREE, but space is limited, so please register early. Register now: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf604Y6JmsmbVfUPG4ez0QYTwTFYOTWUD9qRdNGXNYxOBepzA/viewform

An outline of the schedule is provided below. More detailed program information will be available soon on our website.

Workshop Day 1 – Tuesday, November 19, 9:30-4:30 – Kellogg Eye Center

Session 1: The super-resolution microscopy revolution – what is possible?
-Alexa Mattheyses (Cell, Developmental, and Integrative Biology; Dermatology; Director High Resolution Imaging Facility (HRIF) Microscopy Core, University of Alabama Birmingham)
-Xufeng Wu (Deputy Director, Light Microscopy Imaging Facility, NHLBI)

Session 2: Super-resolution microscopy at Michigan – where we’re at, and where we want to go
-Dave Antonetti (Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences; Molecular and Integrative Physiology)
-Ann Miller (Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology)
-Anuska Andjelkovic-Zochowska (Pathology; Neurosurgery)

Poster Session and Reception

Workshop Day 2 – Wednesday, November 20, 9:00-5:00 – Biological Sciences Building

Session 3: Key super-resolution microscopy techniques – strengths and limitations
-Aaron Taylor (Managing Director, Biomedical Research Microscopy Core Facility)
-Damon Hoff (Manager, Single Molecule Analysis in Real-Time (SMART) Center)
-Gregg Sobocinski (Manager, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology Shared Imaging Labs)

Panel Discussion: “Which super-resolution technology is for me?”

Session 4: Practical considerations as you prepare to do super-resolution microscopy
-Xufeng Wu (Deputy Director, Light Microscopy Imaging Facility, NHLBI)
-Aaron Taylor (Managing Director, Biomedical Research Imaging Core Facility)
-Alexa Mattheyses (Cell, Developmental, and Integrative Biology; Dermatology; Director High Resolution Imaging Facility (HRIF) Microscopy Core, University of Alabama Birmingham)

Panel Discussion: “Overcoming Barriers to Super-Resolution Microscopy: what are the challenges, gaps, and needs for the Michigan Barriers Biology community?”

Open House at Core Facilities - Office Hours with Alexa Mattheyses and Xufeng Wu
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Biosciences Initiative Super-Resolution Microscopy Workshop

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