The Electron Microscopy Core from Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience will host an exciting 2-day workshop, providing educational lectures by experts in the field and hands-on training that researchers can adapt to their own projects. Attendees will explore the basics of CLEM applications, and learn practical workflows for how to correlate functional fluorescence imaging to high-resolution EM imaging in the hands-on demonstration using our state-of-the-art equipment.
November 2-3, 2016
Workshop Highlights include:
- presentations by specialists reviewing CLEM technologies and applications;
- casual reception with specialists for Q&A; an interactive tour of EM Core facilities and brief demo of the latest equipment;
- a hands-on session (2nd Day) for ATUMtome (RMC/Boeckeler), Atlas5 AT with Merlin VP Compact & Gemini SEM300 (Carl Zeiss), and others.
The workshop is open to faculty, staff, students, and post-doctoral researchers who are interested in utilizing CLEM applications in their field of research.
The registration deadline is October 13, 2016. First-day-only lectures are free; hands-on demonstrations for the second day include a registration fee of $30 and is limited to 12 participants.
The workshop organizers are Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience, RMC Boeckeler, and Zeiss.
Visit EM Workshop webpage for more details.