Session IV : July 18, 2024
New Development of Correlative LM EM
Program for Session IV (coming soon)
Effortlessly increase speed and reproducibility with the Prepmaster 5100.
Revamping gold nanoparticle conjugates for live cell & in situ gold immunolabeling
Guy Zuber is currently the Director of the Institute of Biotechnology and Cell Signaling. He has extensive experience in biological and supramolecular chemistry applied for the intracellular delivery of macromolecules and nucleic acids into living cells. He contributed pioneering development on synthetic virus-like particles. Today, his team is developing antibody derivatives and gold nanoparticles of around 2 nm for use in living cells and application in cryo-EM.
Targeted Volume EM using X-Ray Imaging and a Motorised Ultramicrotome
Kimberly is a research software engineer working at UCL ARC. Her research background is mainly focused on image analysis of microscopy images e.g. volume electron microscopy and X-ray CT. For her PhD at EMBL Heidelberg, she developed open-source software to target specific regions for volume EM and share/explore very large image datasets stored remotely. Later, Kimberly moved to a postdoc position at the British Museum where she focused on combining X-ray CT and 3D scans of objects in their collections.
Presentation III Title
Speaker II brief Biography
Tech/Flash Talk I (TBD)
Tech/Flash Talk II (TBD)