Frontiers in BioImaging 2018, 27-28 June, Glasgow, UK
Frontiers in BioImaging 2018!
DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION – Friday 27 April
Frontiers in BioImaging 2018 will take place on Wednesday 27 and Thursday 28 June at the Technology & Innovation Centre, Glasgow. It will focus on the latest developments in applications of optical microscopy, mesoscopy and image analysis across a range of biological fields. Sessions will cover technical developments and applications of these microscopy-based approaches to key cell and molecular biology questions. The meeting will cover the key challenges in microscopy today: super-resolution imaging, phototoxicity and light sheet based methods, detection of /in situ/ protein interactions and new tools for fluorescence visualisation and analysis.
We are inviting abstracts for both oral and poster presentation until Friday 27 April www.rms.org.uk/frontiers
Abstracts should be emailed as an attachment to me, email@example.com. Please include in your email whether you would prefer to be considered for an Oral or Poster presentation.
- Please ensure you submit it as a Microsoft Word document and not a PDF.
- Please ensure that you indicate your preference for a submitted talk
or poster presentation.
- Abstracts should be approximately 300-500 words in length.
- Please include the title, all authors and their affiliations and indicate the presenting author.
- You may include images or diagrams where appropriate.
- You may also include references or keywords.
Please make a note of the Abstract Submission Deadline: Friday 27 April 2018
We already have a brilliant line up of invited speakers for this meeting:
Keynote Speaker: Spencer Smith – Multiphoton imaging across millimeter length scales with subcellular and subsecond resolution
- Ricardo Henriques – Democratising live-cell high-speedsuper-resolution microscopy
- Mark Fricker – Quantitative imaging of structure and dynamics in biological transport networks
- Banafshe Larijani – Oncoprotein Activation and Dynamics in Cancer: A new Vision of Cancer Diagnostics
- Sebastian Munck – Strategies for mesoscale imaging of non-transparent sample
- Francesca Palombo – Elastic properties of fibrous proteins and tissues probed Brillouin microspectroscopy
- Lothar Schermelleh – How chromatin organises in mammalian cells – lessons from 3D super-resolution microscopy
- Katrin Willig – In vivo STED microscopy
The Early Bird Registration Rate ends on Friday 18 May and Registration Closes on Friday 8 June
Registration fees are £170 for students; £320 for non RMS members and
£270 if you are an RMS member. For further details including accommodation, conference dinner, and travel information please visit www.rms.org.uk/frontiers.