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BioImage Data Analysis Course @ EMBL Heidelberg

Posted by , on 7 February 2014

BIAS 2014 PosterDear Node colleagues,

This is a call for the registration to the EMBL Master Course Bioimage Data Analysis to be held from Monday, 12 May – Friday, 16 May 2014.

This course will focus on computational methods for analyzing images of proteins, cells and tissues, to boost the learning process of participants who have an immediate need to deploy image analysis in their own research. The course extends from the basic foundations of image processing and programming to the actual implementation of workflows using scripting in ImageJ macro and Matlab languages. The students will be guided to design such scripts to address some practical bioimage analysis projects. Among those course-projects, topics that are interesting for developmental biologists could be:

  • Quantitative Evaluation of Multi-cellular Movements in Drosophila Embryo
  • Tumor Blood Vessels: 3-D Tubular Network Analysis

For details on other topics, please visit the course website. We aim to gather expert knowledge to organize a world-leading course for image analysis in the fields of biophysics, cell biology and developmental biology.

The course will take place in Heidelberg, Germany at the EMBL Advanced Training Centre. Registration and motivation letter deadline is February 25, 2014. Please visit our course website for more details:

You are welcome to circulate this announcement to interested members and groups within your institution.

We look forward to welcoming you to Heidelberg, Germany.

Scientific Organisers

  • Kota Miura (EMBL Heidelberg, Germany)
  • Sébastien Tosi (Institute for Research in Biomedicine – IRB Barcelona, Spain)
  • Perrine Paul-Gilloteaux (Institut Curie, France)

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact:

Diah Yulianti
Conference Officer
European Molecular Biology Laboratory

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