Imaging in Cell Biology: Where Next?
Organisers: Francis Barr, Gipi Schiavo and Michael Way
Date: 14th – 17th October 2012
Location: Cumberland Lodge, The Great Park, Windsor, Berkshire, UK
This meeting was set up to provide an ideal forum for leaders in different areas of single molecule analysis, high- and super-resolution imaging and data processing both at cellular level and within intact tissues. The interaction between scientists developing and applying different forms of imaging will help to integrate the unique features of these approaches and highlight areas which need to be further developed. The emphasis will be on cross-fertilisation between fields, such as novel imaging approaches and modelling, the integration of which would act as a catalyst for new discoveries and novel research directions. The outcome of these discussions should address how super-resolution and single molecule approaches may shape the future of cell biology and help address the most important and still pending questions in the field.
Organisers & Speakers
Francis Barr University of Oxford, UK.
Gipi Schiavo Cancer Research UK, LRI, London, UK
Michael Way Cancer Research UK, LRI, London, UK
Ilan Davies University of Oxford, UK
Gaudenz Danuser Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
Daniel Gerlich IMBA, Vienna, Austria
Kay Grunewald University of Oxford, UK
Graham Knott EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
Yuri Korchev Imperial College London, UK
Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz NICHD, NIH, Bethesda, USA
Mark Lythgoe UCL, London, UK
Michiyuki Matsuda Kyoto University, Japan
Markus Sauer University of Wuerzburg, Germany
Petra Schwille MPI of Biochemistry, Germany
John Sedat University of California, San Francisco, USA
Ernst Stelzer Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Molly Stevens Imperial College London, UK
Pavel Tomancak MPI-CBG, Dresden, Germany
Imaging in Cell Biology: Where Next
14th – 17th October 2012
Cumberland Lodge, The Great Park, Windsor, Berkshire, UK
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