Webinar: Light Sheet Imaging for Fast 3D Live Cell and Tissue Imaging

February 18, 2015

In recent years, light sheet microscopy has emerged as the biological imaging modality of choice to achieve high performance in imaging speed, resolution, and penetration depth – all with minimal photo-induced damage.

In this webinar, Thomas Planchon, PhD, of the Biophotonic Imaging Laboratory at Delaware State University, will discuss:

  • The principles of light sheet microscopy and its main advantages for imaging live specimens.
  • Examples of dynamic multicolor imaging of cultured cells.
  • Case studies demonstrating the fast imaging of mitosis.

 
Our second speaker, Thai V. Truong, PhD, of the Translational Imaging Center at University of Southern California, will present:

  • A case study examining the dorsal-ventral patterning of fly embryos.
  • An investigation of the dynamic three-dimensional structure of a beating embryonic zebrafish heart, using light sheet imaging.

Register now to view the webinar life or on demand:

Light Sheet Imaging for Fast 3D Live Cell and Tissue Imaging

 

 

Speakers:


Thomas Planchon

Biophotonic Imaging Laboratory at Delaware State University


Thai V. Truong

Translational Imaging Center at University of Southern California

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