CCI Annual Cell Imaging Workshop

9:30am - 4:30pm / Monday 10th September 2018 / Venue: Lecture Theatre 2 Life Sciences Building
Type: Workshop / Category: Research
  • Suitable for: People interested in cell imaging
  • Admission: First day free
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The Centre for Cell Imaging (CCI) is once again running its extremely popular workshop on advanced light microscopy and cell imaging. It aims to provide insight into the capability of the CCI and also into the latest advances in the cell imaging field. If you already use cell imaging and want to find out more, or if you’ve never used it and think it might contribute to your research, this is one for you.

The workshop will be delivered over two days. The first day is free for anyone to attend and consists of an interesting programme of talks (see below), including a number of keynote speakers. For day 2 – delegates can register to either attend a one-day image analysis training course (cost £50) OR image your own samples using the equipment in the CCI.

Registration is free but required so that we can calculate catering and space requirements, please be advised that in previous years it has proved very popular and filled up quickly. If you want to register or find out more, visit: