FEBS Course “Functional imaging of nuclear organisation & signaling”
This is a 5-days advanced microscopy course for experienced graduate students, postdocs and other scientists in biology, biophysics and (bio)medicine. It provides detailed knowledge of advanced functional imaging techniques like FLIM, FRET, FRAP, SRM & FCS that can be applied to study nuclear structures and signaling.
The course integrates theoretical lectures with hands-on experiments and practical experience. International speakers and experts in the field of microscopy will give an overview of “state-of-the-art” imaging techniques in biological research.
LCAM is a collaboration between three innovative microscopy centres at the Academic Medical Centre (AMC), the Faculty of Science of the University of Amsterdam (FNWI) and the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI). Here you will find a wide range of instrumentation for fluorescence-, confocal-, super-resolution & living cell microscopy combined with equipment for functional imaging.
Besides supporting research, LCAM organizes on a regular basis basic and advanced courses for users who are interested in applying fluorescence microscopy in their research.