Webinar: Principles and Applications of 
Live Cell Imaging

April 27, 2011

Live cell imaging has become a cornerstone of modern cell biology, as well as a technique routinely employed in other fields such as developmental biology, stem cell biology and neuroscience.

In this webinar, you will learn about the effective use of live cell imaging for a growing number of applications. Presentations on the latest microscopy equipment and imaging components to enable live cell imaging, the most effective ways to maintain cells in a healthy state during live cell imaging, and the use of advanced imaging techniques such as FRET and FRAP will enable both novice and advanced users to better apply live cell imaging to their research efforts.

View the webinar on demand:

Principles and Applications of 
Live Cell Imaging

 

 

Topics

In this webinar, you will:

  • Learn about the latest advances in microscopy and imaging components with a perspective on how to achieve optimal imaging results
  • Learn the most effective ways to keep cells healthy and alive during live cell imaging
  • Discover some of the latest applications and techniques using laser-scanning live cell confocal microscopes
  • Be able to ask your live cell imaging questions to a panel of experts

Speakers

Simon C. Watkins, Ph.D., FRCPath

Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Cell Biology and Physiology; Professor of Immunology; and Director, Center for Biologic Imaging, University of Pittsburgh

Richard W. Cole


Director, Advanced Light Microscopy and 
Image Analysis Core, Wadsworth Center, 
New York State Department of Health and Research Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Sciences, School of Public Health, State University of New York

Ivan Robert Nabi, Ph.D.


Professor and Director of Research, 
Department of Cellular and Physiological Sciences and Director for the LSI Imaging 
Facility, Life Sciences Institute, University of 
British Columbia

Moderator

Patrick C.H. Lo, Ph.D.


Associate Editor, BioTechniques

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