Join the Webinar on Novel Applications of Multiphoton Microscopy on Wednesday, July 12, 2017, 12:00 PM EDT

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Adult Thy1-EYFP H line mouse, in vivo (cranial window). Excitatory pyramidal neurons in Layer 5 partly express EYFP. Courtesy of Dr. Masahiro Fukuda and Prof. Haruo Kasai, Center for Disease Biology and Integrative Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

Advances in multiphoton microscopy instruments and technology are leading to unique insights into the cellular world. From live-cell imaging to three-dimensional reconstructions of cells and their organelles, researchers are taking full advantage of the power of multiphoton microscopy to enhance their imaging workflows.

In this special webinar, leading researchers will describe how they are using advanced imaging platforms to dissect cellular function in real time. From visualizing the activation and migration of plasma cells to imaging the interactions between lymphocytes and other cells during an immune response, our speakers will highlight the many ways in which multiphoton microscopy can be used to unravel the inner workings of cells.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How multiphoton microscopy can be applied in cell biology studies
  • How to optimize your imaging system to visualize cell interactions
  • Best practices for live-cell imaging using multiphoton microscopy
  • How high-resolution imaging is extending the modern immunology toolkit

Speakers:

Jordan Jacobelli, Assistant Professor of Immunology and Microbiology, University of Colorado. Dr. Jacobelli’s research focuses on understanding how the cytoskeleton regulates the migration and cell-cell interactions of lymphocytes. To address these questions, his lab employs a combination of molecular techniques along with in vivo multi-photon microscopy

David Fooksman, Assistant Professor of Pathology and Microbiology and Immunology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York. Dr. Fooksman’s lab is interested in various aspects of normal and malignant plasma cell physiology. His team uses a combination of techniques, including in vivo imaging, to understand how plasma cells develop, migrate, survive, and function.
 

You will be able to ask questions to the speakers during a live question and answer session.

Host: BioTechniques. The International Journal of Life Science Methods

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