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Cláudia Florindo will be one of the speakers of the “IV Quantitative Fluorescence Microscopy Course”

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Cláudia Florindo will be one of the speakers of the “IV Quantitative Fluorescence Microscopy Course”
Cláudia Florindo will be one of the speakers of the “IV Quantitative Fluorescence Microscopy Course”

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Cláudia Florindo, CBMR researcher, will be one of the speakers of the “IV Quantitative Fluorescence Microscopy Course”. The miscroscopy couse will be held from 24th to 28th September, at the Microscopy Imaging Center of Coimbra – Center for Neuroscience and Cell Biology (MICC-CNC).

 

The “IV Quantitative Fluorescence Microscopy Course” is an one-week intensive microscopy course in light microscopy for researchers in biological sciences. Participants will gain a theoretical understanding of state-of-the-art methodologies used in quantitative fluorescence microscopy, as well as its application for exploring different scientific questions.

Lectures are followed by small group laboratory sessions and demonstrations. As a result, participants will have opportunities for extensive hands-on experience with state-of-the-art imaging equipment guided by an experienced staff from universities and industry. This course emphasizes the quantitative issues that are critical to the proper interpretation of images obtained with modern widefield and confocal microscopes.

The program is designed primarily for university faculty, professional researchers, postdoctoral fellows, and advanced graduate students in the life sciences who wish to expand their experience in microscopy and to understand the quantitative issues associated with analysis of data obtained with optical microscopes.

For more informations please visit the website: http://www.qfm.cnc.uc.pt/

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