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MSc Informatica Medica
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Symposium Internacional
Advanced Microscopy and Image Processing in Neurobiology

January 17th - 18th 2011, 09.00 - 19.00h, Auditory Lorenzo Sazie
Decanato, 3er Piso, Facultad de Medicina, U-Chile



The Nucleus of Neural Morphogenesis NEMO invites all interested researchers and students to participate in the international symposium "Advanced Microscopy and Image Processing in Neurobiology". The topics presented from experts in advanced microscopy, image processing, and neurobiology cover:
(i) imaging tools in developmental biology,
(ii) imaging tools in cellular biology,
(iii) high resolution microscopy,
(iv) and image processing in fluorescence microscopy.

  Poster
  Program

Monday January 17 2011

09:00-09:10 Opening remarks
Session 1 Imaging tools in Developmental Neurobiology I
09:10-09:50 Miguel Concha (NEMO-Santiago): Mechanisms of cellular to supra-cellular reorganization in the developing fish embryo
09:50-10:30 Jimena Sierralta (NEMO-Santiago): Using Drosophila in neurobiology: from genes to behavior
10:30-11:10 Ulrich Thomas (Leibniz Institute of Neuroscience-Magdeburg) Postsynaptic scaffold complexes at Drosophila neuromuscular junctions - a worthwhile application area for advanced image acquisition and processing

Coffee break

Session 2 Imaging tools in Developmental Neurobiology II
11:30-12:20 Andreas Wodarz (Göttingen): Molecular control of cell polarity and asymmetric cell division in Drosophila
12:20-13:10 Michael Krahn (Göttingen): Polarity proteins in Drosophila epithelial cells and neural stem cells - not only a cortical power

Lunch break

Session 3 Imaging tools in Developmental Neurobiology III
15:00-15:50 Manuel Kukuljan (NEMO-Santiago): Role of REST/NRSF, CoREST and miR124a during neurogenesis and neuronal differentiation in vivo
15:50-16:20 Germán Reig (NEMO-Santiago): Role of cadherin-mediated differential cell adhesion in epiboly movements of teleosts

Coffee break

Session 4 High-resolution Microscopy I
16:50-17:20 Danilo González (U-Talca): New Challenges to Reach the Synergy between Electron Tomography and Molecular Simulations
17:20-18:10 Luis Bagatolli (MEMPHYS, Denmark): Multiphoton excitation fluorescence microscopy: studying membranes and tissues

Session 5 Poster Session I
18:10-19:00 Posters

Tuesday January 18 2011

Session 6 Imaging tools in Cellular Neurobiology 09:00-09:50 Andrés Couve (NEMO-Santiago): Intracellular dynamics of GABAB receptors
09:50-10:30 Claudio Hetz (NEMO-Santiago): Organelle stress and protein misfolding disorders affecting the nervous system
10:30-11:10 Fred S. Wouters (Göttingen): Imaging cellular quality control mechanisms by FRET/FLIM

Coffee break

Session 7 High-resolution Microscopy II
11:20-12:10 Christoph Schmidt (Göttingen): High-resolution imaging of kinesin motors by single-molecule fluorescence and atomic force microscopy
12:10-13:00 Florian Rehfeldt (Göttingen): Stress fiber organization in stem cells - matrix mechanics matters

Lunch break

Session 8 High-resolution Microscopy III
15:00-15:30 Ingo Gregor (Göttingen): Fluorescence imaging of single molecules and quantum dots
15:30-16:00 Nikta Fakhri (Göttingen): Carbon nanotubes as novel fluorescent probes to look at long-distance traffic in neurons

Coffee break

Session 9 Image Processing in Fluorescence Microscopy
16:30-17:00 Omar Ramírez (NEMO-Santiago): Morphological reorganization of the ER in dendrites
17:00-17:40 Steffen Härtel (NEMO-Santiago): Image processing routines for the quantification of morpho-topological features of biological objects from fluorescence microscopy data
17:40-18:20 Peter Sendrowski (Mannheim): LEICA TCS-LSI with HCS A: Super Zoom confocal microscopy and high content screening automation

Session 10 Poster Session II
18:15-19:30 Posters

19:30 LEICA-Cocktail



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