CB 399: Fluorescence Live Cell Microscopy Fall 2010

 Intellectual Unit:

Fluorescence Live Cell Microscopy
Nanocourse Director: Jennifer Waters
Curriculum Fellow: Ondra Kielbasa

Fluorescence microscopy has become increasingly important in biological research as novel fluorescent probes and increasingly sensitive detectors allow us to visualize subcellular entities in live specimens with unprecedented speed and resolution. The aim of this practical course is to introduce students to the wide range of fluorescent probes and fluorescence microscopy techniques available for imaging live specimens (including optical sectioning techniques such as confocal and total internal reflection fluorescence).

 

First Session: Tuesday, October 26, 2010,  1pm to 4:30pm
Location: Goldenson 122
 
Second Session: Friday, October 29, 2010 1pm to 5pm
Location: LHRRB 113, Nikon Imaging Facility

 

DROP DEADLINE: Tuesday, October 19, 2010

 

AUDITORS (Post-Docs, Faculty, or Staff) DO NOT NEED TO SIGN UP TO ATTEND THE 1st SESSION.  PLEASE DO NOT ENROLL.