This is an intensive and comprehensive laboratory-oriented course focusing on applying imaging techniques to neuroscience research. The objective of this imaging course is to gain exposure to modern imaging tools from principle optics to applications in modern neuroscience.
January 11 – January 20, 2016
Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience
The course has lectures in the morning and laboratory sessions in the afternoon and evening. For more information visit the original website or have a look at the flyer.
Imaging deep brain structure with two-photon Microendoscope: Alessio Attardo, Ph.D.
High resolution circuit mapping using temporal focused two-photon microscopy with CHR2 Activation: McLean Bolton, Ph.D.
Two Photon Functional imaging in primary visual cortex in vivo: David Fitzpatrick, Ph.D.
Correlative light and electron microscopy: Naomi Kamasawa, Ph.D.
Two-photon Uncaging: Hyungbae Kwon, Ph.D.
Two Photon Fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM) and fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET): Ryohei Yasuda, Ph.D.
In vivo imaging of structural plasticity in the mouse brain: Yi Zuo, Ph.D.
Optical system designing: Long Yan, Ph.D. (Optional)
Image analysis: Ryohei Yasuda, Ph.D. and Dr. Lu (Optional)
Ray tracing: Ryohei Yasuda, Ph.D. and Long Yan, Ph.D. (Optional)