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[NEUBIAS] What is the status of Bioimage Analysis?

, by sterjung in News

Dear colleagues,

Please spread the mail below to your colleagues in your institute, not only to imaging people but especially towards departments and groups of researchers undertaking life science research: can be a mailing list, forums, or your contacts. Also participate in the surtvey, since your contribute will be important for Bioimage Analysis researchers and communities.   Thanks a lot!

Sincerely,
Kota,
on behalf of Clara, Julia & Julien (WG7, NEUBIAS)   ——- Dear Colleague Researchers,
    Please take your 60 seconds to answer the 9 questions in the survey “Assessment of Image Analysis Needs in Life Science”, linked below. The survey closes 24.12.2020, 24:00 (CET).

Your answers will greatly help us depicting the present status of bioimage analysis in the Life Science community. As we want to maximize the number of responses, we selected only essential questions to minimize the time you will spend on answering.

The survey:

https://bit.ly/ImageAnalysisNeeds2020

The results will be a highly valuable resource for knowing what is there and what is missing, may potentially be used for a review publication and, will also be used for writing grants to support the bioimage analysis researches and communities e.g. NEUBIAS (The Network of European Bioimage Analysts).

As some of you know, in 2015 a survey to assess the image analysis needs within life sciences was sent out. Now, we would like to assess again what are the needs and, whether anything has changed (Regardless of whether you answered the survey in 2015).    Thanks a lot in advance!   Our apologies if you have received this request already,   Seasons greetings + Best wishes,    Kota Miura
Clara Prats Gavalda
Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez  
Julien Colombelli … Members of The Network of European Bioimage Analysts (NEUBIAS, http://neubias.org)