Advanced fluorescence microscopy has become increasingly important in life science research in recent years. Flanders BioImaging now offers researchers a chance to become familiar with the breadth of advanced techniques available in Flemish microscopy core facilities. During this three-day course, participants will be immersed in the theoretical foundations and practical aspects of methods that will allow them to study molecular interactions and dynamics, acquire three-dimensional datasets from large (cm) specimens, and break through the resolution limit in several different ways.
PhD students and/or (early-career) post-docs interested in applying advanced light microscopy to their research in life sciences. Master students can participate if they can provide a strong motivation. The course is open for participants from all Flemish universities, national and international participants as well as members from industry.
Check the iCALM - 2022 event page for additional information about the course content, registration and registration fees.