ELMI was created in 2001 to establish a unique communication network between European scientists working in the field of light microscopy and the manufacturers of their equipment.
The Division of Anatomy of Vienna, together with the Medical Imaging Cluster and the Correlated Multimodal Imaging Node Austria announces an international, hands on Tutorial on HREM imaging.
HREM is a rather new section-based technique for generating digital 3D volume data of a wide range of biological samples. HREM is established as a key technology for phenotyping embryos of genetically engineered mouse lines, but is also used for analysing embryonic and adult tissue samples of various other vertebrates and non-vertebrates.
The aim of this workshop is to introduce HREM to interested users, to offer tips and tricks for sample preparation, data generation and data analysis and discuss potential pitfalls,
limitations and challenges.
The workshop is limited to 10 attendees. It combines lectures, expert demonstrations and hands-on sessions. The attendees will be supervised in working with commercially and customised HREM-setups.
F Prin (Crick Institute, London, UK)
TJ Mohun (Crick Institute, London, UK)
Yuval Cinnamon (Agricultural Research Organization, Bet Dagan, Israel)
SH Geyer (Medical University of Vienna, Austria)
WJ Weninger (Medical University of Vienna, Austria)
For additional information please check the workshop announcement.