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Training & Events
Workshop: 3D, Spectral and Superresolution Imaging
The Genomic Center for Cancer Research & Diagnosis is hosting an intermediate/advanced level workshop on 3D Spectral and Superresolution Imaging. The workshop will be held at CancerCare Manitoba (675 McDermot Ave)
a) Bench work in the laboratory:
- Spectral imaging and SKY of mouse/human chromosomes
- Fluorescence microscopy in 3D (manual, semi-automated and fully automated measurements and analysis).
- Superresolution microscopy
b) Imaging in the Genomic Centre for Cancer Research and Diagnosis: Image acquisition of all samples prepared during the course; interactive image analysis
c) Lectures by expert mentors in the field: Theory and application of above imaging techniques in research and the clinic, discussion and data analysis of images acquired during the course. Lectures will also include Airy Scan, 3D Structured Illumination Microscopy, and single molecule localization microscopy.
d) Journal clubs & round table discussion of current literature with experts in the field.
Date: June 17-28, 2019
Location: CancerCare Manitoba (675 McDermot Ave.)
Registration Deadline: May 10, 2019
Registration: In order to register, please submit your CV and a short summary of why you are interested in this course to Dr. Sabine Mai, Workshop@umanitoba.ca. When registering, you are required to pay a registration fee. No applications will be accepted after May 10, 2019.
Early Bird Registration April 18, 2019: $1500 (Cdn) + Taxes
Registration May 10, 2019: $1800 (Cdn) + Taxes
Cancellations until May 10, 2019: Refund less a $500 administration fee
Cancellations after May 10, 2019: No refunds
Contact Dr. Sabine Mai, Workshop@umanitoba.ca to register or for more information