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  • Multiphoton intravital imaging at single cell resolution reveals mechanisms of cancer dissemination and markers for prognosis and treatment of breast cancer patients
    John Condeelis
  • Monitoring plasticity of cancer invasion and metastasis
    Peter Friedl
  • Tracking tumor metastasis at multiple scales using intravital correlative microscopy
    Jacky G. Goetz
  • Advanced optical methods for monitoring and controlling the cardiac electrical activity
    Leonardo Sacconi
  • Multimodal multiphoton endomicroscopy
    P. Leclerc, C.H. Hage, M. Fabert, J. Brevier, F. Louradour
  • A permanent lung imaging window reveals, for the first time for spontaneous metastasis, the steps of extravasation, seeding and growth of early metastatic lesions
    S. Voiculescu, Y. Wang, M. Oktay, J. Condeelis, D. Entenberg    
  • Three dimensional live cell imaging of intestinal organoid structures by spinning disc microscopy
    Philipp Tripal, Benjamin Schmid, Alexandra Wandersee, Eva Martini, Mousumi Mahapatro, Christoph Becker, Ralf Palmisano
  • The Mesolens: a giant colour-corrected microscope objective lens for sub-cellular 3D resolution imaging within 118 cubic millimetres of tissue
    Gail McConnell, Johanna Trägårdh, Rumelo Amor, John Dempster, Es Reid, Brad Amos    
  • Tunable and multimodal optical microscopy
    A. Diaspro
  • Microscopy and image analysis for modern developmental biology
    Pavel Tomancak
  • Adaptive light-sheet microscopy for long-term, high-resolution imaging in living organisms
    Loic A Royer, William C Lemon, Raghav K Chhetri, Yinan Wan, Michael Coleman, Eugene W Myers, Philipp J Keller
  • Mesoscopic bio-imaging with OPTiSPIM
    Jim Swoger, Juergen Mayer, James Sharpe
  • Expansion and STED Nanoscopy a new tool for nanoscale studies
    Paolo Bianchini, Luca Pesce, Michele Oneto, Marco Cozzolino, Alberto Diaspro
  • Whole-body and whole-organ clearing and imaging with single-cell resolution
    Hiroki R. Ueda
  • Opening up the archives: Next generation three-dimensional histology for human brain tissue
    Hei Ming Lai, Alan King Lun Liu, Harry Ho Man Ng, Marc H Goldfinger, Tsz Wing Chau, John DeFelice, Bension S Tilley, Wai Mun Wong, Wutan Wu, Steve M Gentleman
  • Super-resolution fluorescence cryo-microscopy in vitrified biological samples
    Rainer Kaufmann
  • A new generation of tunable photoswitching probes for live cell super-resolution microscopy
    P. Pereira, N. Gustafsson, R. Henriques
  • Non-contact 3D sample orientation for microscopy
    Frederic Berndt, Gopi Shah, Jan Brugués, Jan Huisken
  • New modalities in Re-scan Confocal Microscopy (RCM)
    Erik Manders
  • Euro-BioImaging - One year into Interim Operation
    Antje Keppler, Jan Ellenberg
  • Physics of actomyosin-based morphogenetic processes
    Stephan W. Grill
  • Cell traction microscopy in 3-dimensional biopolymer matrices
    Ben Fabry
  • Membrane fluctuations mediate lateral interactions between cadherin bonds
    S. F. Fenz, T. Bihr, D. Schmidt, C. Monzel, R. Merkel, U. Seifert, K. Sengupta (6), A-S. Smith
  • The mitotic spindle is chiral due to torques generated by motor proteins
    Maja Novak, Bruno Polak, Juraj Simunić, Zvonimir Boban, Iva Tolić, Nenad Pavin
  • MINFLUX tracking of fluorescent molecules
    Yvan Eilers, Francisco Balzarotti, Klaus C. Gwosch, Arvid H. Gynnå, Volker Westphal, Fernando D. Stefani, Johan Elf, Stefan W. Hell
  • Optimization and application of registration free multicolor DSTORM based on spectral demixing
    Jan Schmoranzer, Martin Lehmann, Niclas Gimber, Benjamin Gottschalk, Dmytro Puchov, Christian Hackenberger, Volker Haucke    
  • Digital image analysis in microscopy; hierarchical approaches for sparse data of cells, model organisms and tissue
    Carolina Wählby
  • QuimP software for analysing cellular morphodynamics
    Piotr Baniukiewicz, Sharon Collier, Till Bretschneider
  • Novel methods for segmentation and enhancement of the images of histopathological specimens
    Ivica Kopriva
  • BioImage Analysts paving their way... towards bioimage analysis facilities?
    Kota Miura, All Members, Julien Colombelli
  • SRRF: ImageJ based live-cell high-speed low-illumination super-resolution microscopy
    Nils Gustafsson, Sian Culley, George Ashdown, Dylan M. Owen, Pedro Matos Pereira, Ricardo Henriques
  • New insights into the regulation of mammalian meiosis revealed by Super-Resolution Microscopy
    A. Agostinho, A. Kouznetsova, A. Hernandez-Hernandez, H. Blom, H. Brismar,  C. Höög
  • Ultra-High isotropic resolution imaging throughout whole cells using 4Pi-SMSN
    George Sirinakis, Fang Huang, Edward S. Allgeyer, Lena K. Schroeder, Whitney C. Duim, Yongdeng Zhang, Mark Lessard, Joerg Bewersdorf
  • Characterizing mRNA export at high resolution in individual nuclear pores in single cells   
    Yaron Shav-Tal    
  • Advanced plant bioimaging by super-resolution and light-sheet microscopy
    J. Šamaj , M. Ovečka, G. Komis, O. Šamajová
  • High spatial and temporal resolution analysis of mitosis in Indian muntjac, the mammal with the lowest known chromosome number (n=3)   
    Helder Maiato, Danica Drpić, Naoyuki Okada, Ana C. Almeida    
  • Mechanism of chromosome segregation in human cells revealed by laser microsurgery and photoactivation   
    Kruno Vukušić, Renata Buđa, Agneza Bosilj, Ana Milas, Nenad Pavin, Iva M. Tolić    
  • Quantitative mapping of endogenously fluorescently tagged proteins using FCS-calibrated four dimensional live cell imaging
    Antonio Z. Politi, Yin Cai, Birgit Koch, Malte Wachsmuth, Jan Ellenberg    

Important Dates

  • Abstracts submission deadline - March 26th 2017
  • Early registration payment deadline – March 30th 2017
  • Regular registration deadline – April 30th 2017

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