3rd Light Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy International Conference, 31 August - 3 September 2016, Sheffield, UK
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Scientific Organisers

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Dr. Sarah Baxendale

University of Sheffield, UK

Interests in LSFM imaging: Imaging the dynamic process of morphogenesis in the inner ear in zebrafish. [Find out more]

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Professor John Girkin

University of Durham, UK

Interests in LSFM imaging: Developing novel methods of imaging beating hearts and development of the eye lens in zebra fish. [Find out more]

 

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Dr. Yan Gu

The Francis Crick Institute, UK

Interests in LSFM imaging: Developing sensitive and high dynamic LSFM within a multi-user facility for tissue-based imaging. [Find out more]

 

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Dr Jan Huisken

Max Planck Institute, Dresden Germany

Interests in LSFM imaging: Development of fast and smart light sheet microscopes for the investigation of developmental processes such as gastrulation and cardiac morphogenesis in zebrafish. [Find out more]

 

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Dr Philippe Laissue

University of Essex, UK

Interests in LSFM imaging: Development of modular, low-phototoxicity LSFM for meso- and microscopic imaging of large and photosensitive organisms such as coral. [Find out more]

 

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Dr Tanya Whitfield

University of Sheffield, UK

Interests in LSFM imaging: Development and function of the inner ear, the organ of hearing and balance, using the zebrafish as a model system. [Find out more]

   

Event Organiser

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The 2016 Light Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy Conference is being organised by the Royal Microscopical Society. The RMS is a UK based Charity, at the forefront of new ideas and development in microscopy and imaging.
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Workshops at LSFM 2016

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