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Frontiers in Intravital Microscopy: May 18-19, 2011

 

Overview

Intravital microscopy has developed into an exciting and powerful technique whose potential has not yet been fully explored. The goal of this symposium is to educate investigators within the NIH intramural community about this technique and its potential applicability to their work.

The symposium will focus on the state-of-the-art of intravital microscopy in different areas of biomedical sciences such as cell biology, immunology, neuroscience, stem cells and tumor biology. The program includes two days of lectures from top scientists in the field, which is open to the NIH intramural community.

Scientific Program

 

Featured Speakers:

Michael D. Cahalan - University of California, Irvine

John J. Condeelis - Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Kenneth W. Dunn - Indiana University

Peter Friedl - NCMLS - Nejmegen (NL)

Ronald N. Germain - NIAID, NIH

Bradley T. Hyman - Mass General Hospital

Dai Fukumura- Mass General Hospital

Michael J. Levene – Yale School of Engineering

John J. Lemasters - University of South Carolina

Xinde Li - Johns Hopkins University

Marshall H. Montrose - University of Cincinnati

Mark J. Schnitzer - Stanford University

Ulrich H. Von Andrian - Harvard Medical School

Roberto Weigert - NIDCR, NIH

For more information please contact:

Roberto Weigert Intracellular Membrane Trafficking Unit Oral and Pharyngeal Cancer Branch, NIDCR weigertr@mail.nih.gov


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