You are invited to participate in “Microscopy Month”

During the period between mid-August to mid-September all four of the major optical microscope vendors will be doing on-site demonstrations of very well equipped research-grade microscopes.
The managers of the RII Imaging Cores – Optical are evaluating microscopes, along with our faculty oversight committee, for a planned application to the

David Jones, Jr.

During David’s undergraduate career he studied mathematics with a focus in computer science focused on abstract concepts, optimization, and group and network theory with additional focuses in law, policy, and national security studies.

Light-Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy 2022 (May 9-14, 2022 at MBL)

Announcing LSFM 2022!  The light-sheet conference/workshop will be held this year May 9-14, 2022, at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. This is the only comprehensive conference/workshop of this length in the US. Please find the draft agenda at https://www.mbl.edu/lsfm/
Multi-dimensional live and fixed microscope data can be collected in so many ways, and the various solutions seem to grow almost daily.

Gus Mouneimne

Dr. Mouneimne is the Director of the Microscopy Center of Excellence at the University of Arizona Cancer Center (which operates under the umbrella of TACMASR). He earned his PhD from Albert Einstein College of Medicine, studying the migratory behavior of invading cancer cells in Dr. John Condeelis’ laboratory. During his postdoctoral training with Dr.

Nikon BioPipeline SLIDE

Kurt Gustin

Dr. Gustin provides training on the Zeiss Axio Imager upright fluourescent microscope located in ABC1 on the COM-Phx campus. His laboratory has experience with fluorescent imaging, acquiring z-stacks, deconvolution and image processing and analysis. 

Digital Light Sheet Imaging Seminar (Leica)

Presenter: Kristofer Fertig, Senior Confocal Sales and Applications Specialist, Leica Microsystems
Time: 2-3pm
Date: Monday, April 16, 2018
Location: Medical Research Building, room 102
Other: Light refreshments will be provided.
Light sheet fluorescence microscopy (LSFM) uses a thin plane of excitation light that shines into a sample at 90 degrees to the imaging axis.