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Fourth Annual Innovations in Imaging for Life Sciences Symposium - Free Registration bit.ly/uwimaging
Fourth Annual Innovations in Imaging for Life Sciences Symposium - Free Registration bit.ly/uwimaging
WhenThursday, Aug 15, 2019, 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
WhereUW NanoEngineering & Sciences Building, Room 181
Event typesConferences, Lectures/Seminars, Special Events
Event sponsorsDepartments of Biochemistry and Biological Structure, UW School of Medicine
and Thermo Fisher Scientific
Description

Fourth Annual Innovations in Imaging for Life Sciences Symposium
hosted by the Departments of Biochemistry and Biological Structure, UW School of Medicine
and Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thursday, August 15, 2019
UW NanoEngineering & Sciences Building, Room 181

Free Registration bit.ly/uwimaging

9:00am - 12:00pm Morning Session, NanoES 181
       Probing synaptic circuits for visual computations with serial EM reconstruction
      David Berson, Brown University

       Diversity of somatic and nucleus morphologies is mouse visual cortex
      Forrest Collman, Allen Institute for Brain Science                           

       AI driven tools for EM image analysis
      Quyen Tran, DRVision Technologies LLC

       The developing human foveal midget connectome: from a diffusely wired
       network to private-lines
      Chi Zhang, University of Washington

       Mining mitochondria from small sets of large volume 3D EM images
      Grahame Kidd, Renovo Neural

       Capturing the Sequential Steps of Dynamin-mediated Fission by Cryo-EM
      Jenny Hinshaw, National Institutes of Health

12:00pm - 1:30pm Lunch and Poster Session, NanoES Lobby

1:30pm - 5:00pm     Afternoon Session, NanoES 181
       Molecular Mechanisms of TRPV Channels Gating Revealed by Cryo-EM
      Vera Moiseenkova-Bell, University of Pennsylvania

       New developments in cryoSPARC for single particle image analysis
      Ali Punjani, Structura Biotechnology

       Visualizing bacteriophage T7 infection initiation at high resolution
      Jun Liu, Yale University

       Cryo-EM structure of Nipah virus fusion glycoprotein in complex with a
       monoclonal antibody reveals mechanism of neutralization
      Ha Dang, University of Washington

       Using cryo-electron tomography to study host-pathogen interactions
      Liz Wright, University of Wisconsin-Madison

       CryoEM analysis of the Type III secretion Injectisome of pathogenic bacteria
      Natalie Strynadka, University of British Columbia
                
       Using cryo-EM to study molecular machines involved in bacterial pathogenesis
      Melanie Ohi, University of Michigan

5:00pm                      Reception and Poster Session, NanoES Lobby

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