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09.09.24 - 13.09.24
Start time
09.09.24 08:45
End time
13.09.24 20:00
Francis Crick Institute
With a mix of theoretical sessions and hands-on experience, the programme aims to deepen the delegates' understanding of advanced microscopy techniques and enable them to apply their newly acquired knowledge in research settings.

The training is developed and delivered by the Crick Advanced Light Microscopy (CALM) Science Technology Platforms (STP), and you can find out more about the team.

The event is intended for core facility staff and postdoctoral researchers with a basic understanding of light microscopy. Ideal participants are those with a minimum three to five years' experience in a research environment, with one to two years' experience in basic microscopy. 

Learning outcomes

  • Provide comprehensive training in 3D imaging, analysis, and super-resolution microscopy.
  • Expose the delegates to real world applications, such as cell tracking, nuclear segmentation, and protein co-localisation, and foster practical applications of these skills in a research context.
  • Include hands-on experience with various microscopy equipment and samples, including cultured cells, histology slides and organoids, and led by experienced trainers in microscopy.
  • Feature interactive learning opportunities with discussions, analysis sessions, and presentations by participants.
  • Include evening talks by experts and sample providers that will complement the learning experience, offering real-world context and scientific insights

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

This training is approved by the Royal Society of Biology. Training course approval is an independent review process that recognises relevant, high quality training. Upon completion of this course, attendees can claim 150 CPD points. 

More information and booking

For more information and to book please visit this website