The Symposium aims to present the latest applications of advanced imaging in discovery science and clinical translation and brings together international leaders and Oxford scientists. This represents a special opportunity for our DPhil students and Postdocs to network.
It is an in-person only event.
Martin Booth, University of Oxford, UK: “Going smaller, faster and deeper with adaptive optical microscopy”
Paul Kubes, University of Calgary, Canada: “Imaging Innate Immune Cells in Infections and Chronic Diseases”
Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, Janelia Research Campus, USA: “Mapping the structural and diffusional landscape of organelle contact sites from the microscale to the nanoscale”
Matthias Nahrendorf, MGH, Harvard, USA: “Imaging hematopoietic cells in cardiovascular disease”
Arvind Pathak, Johns Hopkins, USA: “IMAGE-BASED SYSTEMS BIOLOGY – The Next Frontier in Imaging”
Tatiana Petrova, Ludwig Institute, Switzerland: “Exploring role of vasculature in small intestine”
Jordan Raff, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford, UK: “Centrioles and Centrosomes: pushing organelle assembly dynamics to the limit”
Milka Sarris, University of Cambridge, UK: “Visualizing neutrophil migration and signaling during tissue damage”
Ziv Shulman, Weizmann Institute, Israel: “Cellular dynamics of B cell immune responses during nasal vaccination”
Virgile Viasnoff, National University of Singapore: “Automated high-speed 3D imaging of organoid cultures with multi-scale phenotypic quantification.”
Theresa Ward, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK: “Plasma cell differentiation: the making of a professional secretory cell”
Ulrich von Andrian, Harvard Medical School, USA: “Neuro-immune interactions in barrier tissues”