TRAINING SCHOOL 3D-FisH & IMAGE ANALYSIS
October 15-19th, 2018
The Probst-Tatout’team organizes a training school in "3D-FiSH and Image Analysis" in the frame of INDEPTH. This first training school will also be supported at the local scale by the University Clermont Auvergne), the Wide Open to the World (WOW!) Program from the CAP20-25 project and by the GReD laboratory through its Confocal Imaging Platform.
-Hank Bass, Florida State University (Monday, October 15th) : "Seeing the genome of maize: 3D FISH analysis of nuclear architecture and chromosome behavior“
-Monica Pradillo, Complutense University of Madrid (Tuesday, October 16th) : "Nuclear envelope and chromosomes: a knotty relationship during meiosis and DNA repair“
-Elise Bertrand, Zeiss France (Wednesday, October 17th) : "Microscopy, confocal microscopy and imaging"
-Christophe Chamot, PLATIM, ens Lyon (Thursday, October 18th ): "Segmentation and counting: data-analysis strategies using ImageJ“
-Célia Baroux, University of Zürich (Friday, October 19th): "Next challenge in plant high-resolution microscopy“
Paul Fransz (University of Amsterdam) and Stefanie Rosa (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences) will also be part of the training team. We will received students from Turkey, Tunisia, Czech Republic,Belgium, Spain, Irland, Italy, United Kingdom, Germany and France.
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