Flanders BioImaging invites you to the inaugural networking event: “Flanders BioImaging: Integrating Imaging Infrastructure from cell to man”, to be held at the University of Gent Auditorium E (blok B), Entrance 36 on the 19th September from 2.30pm.
This in-person event will include presentations from Flanders BioImaging and EuroBioImaging to illustrate the wide variety of imaging science applications currently available within the FBI consortium, as well as promoting networking and interactions between imaging sites and other stakeholders. As such it is aimed at scientific staff (PhD student to Professor) who are currently engaged in developing or applying imaging science within Flanders, and who wish to network with their colleagues at the major institutions and imaging core facilities within Flanders.
The event is aimed at scientific staff (PhD student to Professor) who are currently engaged in developing or applying imaging science within Flanders, and who wish to network with their colleagues at the major institutions and imaging core facilities within Flanders.
19th of September from 2.30pm at University of Gent Auditorium E (blok B).
Registration is closed.
3:00 – 3:15
Prof. J. Eriksson, Director of EuroBioImaging
‘The EuroBioImaging European Research Infrastructure Consortium: Overview and Horizon Scanning’
3:15 - 3:30
Christopher Cawthorne: Co-ordinator, Flanders BioImaging
‘Flanders BioImaging: The benefits of Integrating Imaging Infrastructure from Cell to Man’
3:30 – 3:45
Tatiana Woller: Data Co-ordinator Flanders BioImaging and ELIXIR
‘Image Data Management in Flanders: Architecture and Solutions’
3:45 – 4:30
Prof. Lorenzo Albertazzi :
‘Super Resolution Microscopy: Imaging from Molecules to Cells’
Techbite presentation: Translational Imaging Bio-markers of CNS disease (KUL)
Techbite presentation: Quantitative neuro-PET imaging in awake animals (UA)
Techbite presentation: Enteric nervous system imaging (KUL)
Techbite presentation: smFRET and Correlative Spectroscopy (UH)
Techbite presentation: Correlative Light-Electron Microscopy (VIB)
Techbite presentation: Systems microscopy (UA)
Techbite presentation: Pharmacokinetic imaging (UG)
Techbite presentation: Multimodal imaging for radiotherapy studies (UG)
Techbite presentation: GMP production of biological radiopharmaceuticals (VUB)
Panel Discussion ‘The Future of BioImaging’
Digital Poster Session and Barbeque