Microspectroscopy: Functional Imaging of Biological Systems

About the course

The course will cover several microscopic and spectroscopic techniques to study molecular (dynamic) processes in biological systems, such as:
Confocol microscopy
Two-photon microscopy
Photo-activatable imaging
Single particle tracking
Total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy
Super-Resolution and Correlative Microscopy
Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET)
Fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM)
Ratio-imaging microscopy
Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy (FCS)
Multi dimensional Imaging
Fluorescence recovery after Photobleaching (FRAP)
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Dr. Jan Willem Borst

Dr. Jack Fransen

Prof. Dr. P. Friedl

Prof. Dr. D. Gadella

Prof. Dr. M. Garcia-Parajó (to be confirmed)

Dr. B. Giepmans

Dr. M.A. Hink

Prof. Dr. J. Hofkens (to be confirmed)

Prof. Dr. A.B. Houtsmuller

Dr. K. Jalink

Prof. Dr. F. Wouters

2 Feb - 2 Feb 2014
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