Single cell monitoring techniques using fluorescent probes have revealed a significant spatial-temporal complexity underpinning even some of the simplest of cellular functions. Image aquisition and analysis pose a number of challenging problems at the interface of biology, physics and mathematics. Workshop topics include FRAP, PALM, single molecule analysis of transcription, speckle microscopy, high throughput cell screening and statistical analysis, light sheet microscopy, state of the art image analysis and in vivo imaging. FLUO2010 is part of the 2009/2010 EPSRC Symposium on the Mathematics of Complexity Science and Systems Biology at the University of Warwick.
Nigel Burroughs, Till Bretschneider (Warwick Systems Biology Centre) and Kurt Anderson (Beatson Institute of Cancer Research, Glasgow)
- May 12th Regular term-time Bioimaging Seminar
- May 26th Regular term-time Bioimaging Seminar
- June 1st WSB Seminar, Dave Spiller, Liverpool
- June 9th Regular term-time Bioimaging Seminar
- July 5th Imaging techniques: Single molecule interactions and dynamics
- July 6th & 7th Medical Image Understanding and Analysis (MIUA, conference chair: Nasir Rajpoot)
- July 7th Stochasticity and organisation in microbes: challenges from imaging
Registration to July 13th to 16th workshop is now closed
Please email Till Bretschneider for any further inquiries regarding registration (T dot Bretschneider at warwick dot ac dot uk).
Thanks to all who have submitted abstracts. We have selected three abstracts for short oral presentations (30min plus 15 min discussion). The poster session has been cancelled.
Dan Axelrod, University of Michigan
The updated programme can be downloaded here (as of July 12th).
Abstracts are here.
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