Imaging ONEWORLD series
Scientific Organisers: Stefanie Reichelt, Alex Sossick, Nick Barry, Alessandro Esposito and Kirti Prakash
Imaging ONEWORLD covers topics including sample preparation, labelling strategies, experimental workflows, and ‘how-to’ image and analyse. The webinars examine inspiring new scientific ideas and facilitate collaborations, with speakers also available for questions and answers. The organisers, CRUK CI core facility staff, Gurdon Institute, MRC-LMB, MRC CU and NPL are also able to continue the discussion and provide advice on your imaging projects.
If you would like to speak at a future meeting in this series or have a suggestion for a speaker, please fill in the suggestion form.
For any questions in regards to the Imaging ONEWORLD series, please contact Amanda Jarman.
You can register for an individual meeting by clicking on the corresponding link below.
If you would like to sign up for the whole series, please register for the next occurence and select the 'Enrol for Whole Series' box during registration.
Please note, all meetings begin at 13:00 UK time.
- 14th June 2021 - Adaptive optics for microscopy: the past, the present and the future - Professor Martin Booth, University of Oxford
- 21st June 2021 - Discerning how actin regulatory proteins give rise to filopodia using multi-channel timelapse imaging and quantification - Dr Jenny Gallop, Cambridge University
- 28th June 2021 - Enhanced FIB-SEM: Large Volume Whole Cells and Tissues Imaging at Fine Resolutions - Dr Shan Xu, Janelia Research Campus
- 5th July 2021 - No Talk - mmc2021
- 12th July 2021 - Talk Title TBC - Dr Rainer Kauffman, University of Cambridge
- 19th July 2021 - Talk Title TBC - Dr Udo Birk, Institute for Photonics and ICT
- 26th July 2021 - 'Analysis of label free image-time series' - Chaitanya Athale, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research
- NO TALKS DURING AUGUST
- 6th September 2021 - Talk Title TBC - Professor Jitu Mayor, National Centre for Biological Sciences
- 13th September 2021 - Talk Title TBC - Sara Abrahamsson, Baskin School of Engineering, University of California
- 20th September 2021 - Talk Title TBC - Professor Petra Schwille, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry
- 27th September 2021 - 'How do human cells divide? Developing microscopy methods to extend the frontiers of imaging photosensitive samples.' - Professor Viji Mythily Draviam, Queen Mary, University of London
- 4th October 2021 - Speaker and Talk Title TBC
- 11th October 2021 - 'Finding the needle in the haystack with 3D correlative light and electron microscopy' - Dr Lucy Collinson, Francis Crick Institute
- 18th October 2021 - Talk Title TBC - Chris Obara, Janelia Research Campus
- 25th October 2021 - Talk Title TBC - Dr Rita Strack, Nature Methods
- 1st November 2021 - Talk Title TBC - Virginie Uhlmann, European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI)
- 8th November 2021 - Speaker and Talk Title TBC
- 15th November 2021 - Speaker and Talk Title TBC
- 22nd November 2021 - Talk Title TBC - Heejun Choi, Janelia Research Campus
- 29th November 2021 - Illuminating the Biochemical Activity Architecture of the Cell - Dr Jin Zhang, UC San Diego
- 6th December 2021 - Speaker and Talk Title TBC
- 13th December 2021 - Speaker and Talk Title TBC
- 20th December 2021 - Speaker and Talk Title TBC
7th June 2021 - 'Horses for the courses: strategic adaptation of super-resolution microscopy modalities to solve the structural basis of cell signalling' - Dr Izzy Jayasinghe, The University of Sheffield
31 May 2021 - No Talk - UK Bank Holiday
24th May 2021 - 'Spatially Modulated Illumination Microscopy: Application Perspectives in Nuclear Nanostructure Analysis' - Professor Christoph Cremer, Ruprecht-Karls-University, Heidelberg
19 April 2021 - 'How do you build a wall? Using and developing advanced live cell fluorescence microscopy to understand how bacteria divide' - Seamus Holden, Newcastle University
12 April 2021 - 'Emerging imaging technologies to study cell architecture, dynamics and function' - Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, Janelia Research Campus
22 March 2021 - "Gaia: ESA's Two Billion Star Map of the Milky Way" - Nicholas Walton, University of Cambridge
8 March 2021 - 'Protein-protein interactions at the cellular interface: Biophotonics approaches to quantitative FRET measurements' - Simon Ameer-Beg, King's College London
2 November 2020: 'Unfinished tales: three short stories interrupted by the pandemic' - Hari Shroff, Laboratory of High Resolution Optical Imaging (HROI), NIBIB, Bethesda MD, USA
26 October 2020: 'High-Resolution, Large Field-of-View, and Multi-View Single Objective Light-Sheet Microscopy' - Loic Royer, Chan Zuckerberg Biohub, San Francisco, CA, USA
19 October 2020: 'Direct Optical Nanoscopy with Axially Localized Detection' - Sandrine Lévêque-Fort, CNRS/ Univ. Paris Sud, France
12 October 2020: 'Metabolic Index” measurements using the Phasor/FLIM method' - Michelle Digman, Department of Biomedical Engineering 3103 Natural Sciences II Irvine, CA
5 October 2020: "Novel nanoscopes (MoNaLISA, Smart RESOLFT, Adaptive STED) with the use of new molecular switchers (rsFusionRed)' - Ilaria Testa, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, STOCKHOLM, Sweden
28 September 2020: 'High-speed bio-imaging: Visualizing fast dynamics in biology and neuroscience' - Robert Prevedel, EMBL. Heidelberg
21 September 2020: 'Mapping microscopic viscosity and temperature using molecular rotors and FLIM' - Marina Kuimova, Imperial College, London
14 September 2020: 'How thin is your light sheet? Tips to survive the data apocalypse.' Emmanuel G. Reynaud, University College Dublin, Republic of Ireland
7 September 2020: 'Superresolution microscopy for structural cell biology' - Jonas Ries, EMBL, Heidelberg, Germany
20 July 2020: 'Tissue-Scale Cell Biology with Axially Swept Light-Sheet Microscopy' - Kevin Dean, Assistant Professor, and Director of the Microscopy Innovation Lab, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, USA
18 May 2020: 'Imaging and analysing large, living samples with light-sheet microscopy' - Kate McDole, MRC-LMB, Cambridge, UK
11 May 2020: 'Probing and controlling cell biochemistry by light: FRET/FLIM & Optogenetics' - Alessandro Esposito, MRC Cancer Unit, Cambridge, UK
The One World Seminars have been one of the BEST things to evolve out of COVID for me and my small team. It has really educated us enormously about microscopy techniques.. we really appreciate the effort you all have done to make these meetings happen and the high quality of ALL the talks - definitely worth getting up to watch every Monday morning in Texas!
From all corona-born seminar series I've attended, together with the Neubias Academy I enjoy this here the most! Thank you so much to all the organizers and speakers.
PA to the Chief Executive