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Rudolf-Virchow-Zentrum - Center for Integrative and Translational Bioimaging

Translational Bioimaging Symposium 2022

Below you will find the provisional programme:

12:00 – 14:00 Registration
14:00 – 14:20 Opening Remarks
Session I  
14:20 – 14:50 Markus Sauer, Würzburg (Germany) 
"Sub-10 nm Fluorescence Imaging"
14:50 – 15:10 Hannah Heil, Oeiras (Portugal)
"Super-resolution microscopy provides new insights into nerve  pathology in patients with peripheral neuropathies"
15:10 – 15:40 Christian Eggeling, Jena (Germany) 
"Deciphering cellular membrane dynamics - an advanced  microscope study"
15:40 – 16:30 Coffee Break
16:30 – 18:30 Flash talks (for Poster session)
18:3021:00 WELCOME RECEPTION (in-house)  &  Poster session

Session II  
08:30 –  08:35 Welcome & Information
08:35 –  09:05 Sandrine Leveque-Fort, Orsay (France) 
"Playing with fluorescence emission for enhanced single molecule localization microscopy"
09:05 –  09:25 Koen Martens, Bonn (Germany)
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High-throughput single-molecule microscopy to study archaeal DNA repair in vivo in Hfx. volcanii"
09:25 –  09:40 Sponsored talk
09:40 –  10:10 Silvio Rizzoli, Göttingen (Germany) 
"Novel synapse remodeling mechanisms revealed by advanced microscopy"
10:10 –  10:30 Coffee Break
Session III  
10:30 –  11:00 Andrea Rentmeister, Münster (Germany)  
"Investigating and controlling mRNA via chemo-enzymatic modifications"
11:00 –  11:30 Martin Schnermann, Frederick (USA) 
"Harnessing Cyanine Chemistry to Enable Dynamic and Multicolor Imaging"
11:30 –  12:00 Goncalo Bernardes, Cambridge (UK) 
"Metal-mediated amide bond-cleavage bioorthogonal reactions"
12:00 –  12:30 Marc Robillard, Nijmegen (Netherlands) 
"In vivo click chemistry for antibody-based imaging and therapy"
12:00 –  13:20

Group picture  &  Early-Career Lunch

Session IV

 
13:20 –  13:50 Tobias Langenhan, Leipzig (Germany) 
"Illuminating the action of mechanosensitive adhesion GPCRs"
13:50 –  14:20 Tamara Girbl, Würzburg (Germany) 
"The role of pericytes in immune cell trafficking"
14:20 –  14:35 Sponsored talk
14:35 –  15:05 Christian Geis, Jena (Germany) 
"Super-resolved insights into autoantibody-mediated disorders of the central nervous system"
15:05 –  15:45 Coffee Break

Session V

 
15: 45 –  16:15 Rita Strack, New York (USA) 
"Publishing in Nature Methods and the future of bioimaging"
16: 15 –  16:45 Ulrike Endesfelder, Bonn (Germany) 
"Visualizing cellular life: From single cell imaging to in vivo single-molecule biochemistry and (micro-)biology"
16:45  –  17:45 Ilaria Testa, Stockholm (Sweden) 
"4D imaging sub-cellular imaging beyond the diffraction limit"
18:30 Joint Departure to Conference Dinner

 

Session VI

08:40 –  08:5  Information
08:50 –  09:20 Ricardo Henriques, Lisbon (Portugal)  
"Open technologies for Super-Resolution and Machine Learning in BioImaging"
09:20 –  09:40 Abigail Illand, Orsay (France)
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Time shifting interferences for improved axial localization precision"
09:40 –  09:55 Sponsored talk
09:55 –  10:15  Arindam Ghosh, Würzburg (Germany)
"Volumetric single-molecule localization microscopy in biomedical imaging"
10:15 –  10:45 Coffee Break

Session VII

 
10:45 –  11:15 Susan Cox, London (UK)  
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11:15 –  11:35 Lancelot Pincet, Orsay (France)
"Adaptable and uniform illumination field as a tool for dye  photophysics analysis in dSTORM"
11:35 –  12:35 Jan Huisken, Göttingen (Germany) 
"Customized, modular, multiscale microscopy inside and outside the optics lab"
12:35 Closing Remarks & Small roundtables with Würzburg Groups