The Quantitative Microscopy for Cellular Dynamics Symposium will highlight research into cutting-edge light microscopy techniques such as super-resolution imaging, FLIM, FRET, and FCS, with the shared goal of gaining quantitative insights into the spatial organisation and temporal dynamics of biological processes.
Register by 11 February via Monash.Shop
Please note the change in venue. This symposium will now be hosted at Room 104, Woodside Building, 20 Exhibition Walk, Clayton.
Continuous advances in light microscopy are pushing the boundaries of what information can be gathered and understood from living systems. Whilst these techniques have the potential to yield unprecedented quantitative insights into the spatial organisation and temporal dynamics of biological processes, their application can remain a daunting task. This symposium will feature talks by researchers advancing cutting-edge light microscopy techniques such as super-resolution imaging, FLIM, FRET, and FCS, providing both an educational introduction to these methodologies and highlighting some of the exciting scientific advances that they enable. Lunch will be provided, and the symposium will be followed by a science mixer where all attendees are invited to share drinks and converse with the speakers.
10am: Dr Margarida Barroso, Albany Medical College
FRET and FLIM microscopy methodological seminar
11am: Dr Timo Zimmermann, European Molecular Biology Laboratories, Heidelberg
The EMBL Imaging Centre: Microscopy as an (external) service and how to bridge the technology gap
12:45pm: Dr Margarida Barroso
Endosome-Mitochondria Interactions in Breast Cancer and Metastasis
1:30pm: Dr Elvis Pandzic, University of New South Wales
Development and application of image correlation spectroscopy tools for quantification of molecular and organellar dynamics
2:15pm: Dr Jieqiong Lou, University of Melbourne
Exploring Chromatin Nanoscale Structure With Histone FLIM-FRET Microscopy
3pm: Science Mixer
Share drinks and converse with the speakers