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This new core facility is part of the Charité's ongoing commitment to developing cutting-edge basic and clinical infrastructures and technology platforms. AMBIO is housed on the Charité Mitte Campus in the Charité Cross Over (CCO), a new building devoted entirely to research and education. The AMBIO is under the management of Dr. Jan Schmoranzer and offers state-of-the art light microscopy instrumentation for advanced applications in basic, translational and clinical research. Access to AMBIO will be open to all researches of the Charité, the BIH and other academic partners, as well as to commercial enterprises.
To celebrate the opening of AMBIO we have organized a symposium on ‘Advances in Medical Bioimaging’, which takes place on September 22-24 in the CCO on the Charité Mitte Campus, Charitéplatz 1/Virchowweg 6.
The aim of this event is to gather experts from different scientific disciplines to address recent developments in state-of-the-art imaging technologies.
The list of confirmed speakers includes:
Markus Sauer, Würzburg (Frontiers in single-molecule based super-resolution microscopy)
Istvan Katona, Budapest (Cell-type specific molecular imaging of cannabis effects by correlated confocal and super-resolution imaging using VividSTORM)
Peter Friedl, Nijmegen (Intravital microscopy of cancer invasion, therapy response and impact of the microenvironment)
Fred Wouters, Göttingen (FRET/FLIM imaging of protein interactions and molecular environments in cells)
Volker Brinkmann, Berlin (Neutrophil Extracellular Traps: Good and bad - not ugly)
Judith Klumperman, Utrecht (Correlative light-electron microscopy (CLEM) of intracellular compartments)
The event is sponsored by our cooperation partner Nikon; registration is free.
For registration and the full program please go to http://imaging-cco.charite.de.
We look forward to welcoming you at the AMBIO opening symposium.
With best wishes
Institute of Biochemistry and Cluster of Excellence NeuroCure, Charité
General Manager, Geschäftsbereich Microscope Solutions, Nikon GmbH