Update 20 March 2018:
Thank you for attending the first Wyss Center workshop on lightsheet microscopy.
Join us for the first Wyss Center workshop on lightsheet microscopy.
The aim of the event is to strengthen the existing network to improve exchange of ideas and technologies between lightsheet developers and users. We invite you to find out about the latest developments in the field, interact with lightsheet specialists and see practical demonstrations.
- New technology developments in lightsheet microscopy
- The latest applications in lightsheet microscopy
- Sample preparation including clearing techniques and immunolabelling
- Data visualization and analysis
- New approaches in post-processing
- Lightsheet microscopy – applications and solutions
- Practical demonstrations with the Wyss Center custom lightsheet, part of the Preclinical Neuroscience Platform
- Practical demonstration of a complete workflow with the Zeiss Lightsheet Z.1 and Arivis
- Demonstrations of virtual reality visualization of lightsheet data
Hands-on sessions for the ZEISS Lightsheet Z1 can also be booked on the 21 and 22 March.
The workshop will take place at Campus Biotech, Chemin des Mines 9, CH–1202, Geneva, Switzerland
Video: Mouse brain injected with a fluorescent anterograde virus in ventral tegmental area shows dopaminergic projections, widely implicated in the drug and natural reward circuitry. Credit: Christian Lüscher Lab, UNIGE
Video: Mouse brain injected with a fluorescent anterograde virus in the brain stem shows wide labelling of glutamatergic projection. The video zooms into the cortical area. Credit: Courtine Lab (Leonie Asboth and Elodie Rey), EPFL