6th Bioimaging Workshop Copenhagen – University of Copenhagen

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6th Bioimaging Workshop Copenhagen

Program

Thursday

12:00

Registration opens (sandwich included)

13:00

Alexander Schulz: Welcome address

Session I

13:05

Rainer Heintzmann: Lightwedge and Lightsheet-Raman Microscopy

14:00

Rosa Laura Lopez Marques: Flow cytometry vs. Image cytometry for characterization of membrane transporters

14:20

Line Lauritsen: Live cell strategy for detection of curvature-dependent sorting of membrane- associated proteins

14:40

Commercial 1: Bitplane

14:45

Coffee and poster viewing / exhibition

Session 2

15:05

Michael Lisby: Introduction to the Danish Bioimaging network

15:15

Louise von Gersdorff Jørgensen: Visualizing infections and immune mechanisms in zebrafish

15:35

Andreas Altenburger: Acquired phototrophy in Mesodinium rubrum

15:55

Oliver Quevedo: Unravelling the role of Dpb11 on ultrafine anaphase bridges in budding yeast

16:15

Vasileios Voutsinos: Characterization of large gene expression located at common fragile sites

16:35

Commercial 2 PicoQuant

16:40

Snacks and poster viewing / exhibition

Session 3

16:55

Anurag Sharma: Thylakoid membrane plasticity and biogenesis

17:15

Pascal Hunziker: Transport pathways required for glucosinolate accumulation at the phloem cap of Arabidopsis inflorescence stems

17:35

Commercial 3: Leica Microsystems

17:40

Commercial 4: PerkinElmer

17:45

Poster presentation and exhibition

18:30

Workshop Dinner

Friday

Session 4

09:00

Peter Friedl: Intravital microscopy of cancer invasion, metastasis and therapy response

09:55

Alejandro Mayorca: Imaging the structure of the cancer niche

10:15

Yu Zhang: Elucidating frontotemporal dementia linked to chromosome 3 (FTD3) via  isogenic disease modeling

10:35

Commercial 5: Andor Technology

10:40

Coffee and poster viewing / exhibition

Session 5

10:55

Jonas la Cour: The heart arrhythmia associated calmodulin mutant, D129G, changes the phosphorylation and activation profile of CaMKII

11:15

Christopher Henry: Does the structure of the cortical endoplasmic reticulum alter the endoplasmic reticulum Ca2+ homeostasis?

11:35

Robert Hoffmann: A cis-regulatory sequence acts as a repressor in the Arabidopsis thaliana sporophyte but as an activator in pollen

11:55

Daniel Pergament Persson: Multi element bioimaging of Arabidopsis thaliana mutants with defective root barriers

12:25

Alexander Schulz: Closing remarks, thereafter sandwich