October 14, 2020 to October 15, 2020
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.
Registration occurs on a first-come, first-served basis. The deadline for registration is one week before the first day of the course. If you are unable to register before the deadline, please email: email@example.com or call 301-496-7977 for space availability.
Bioimaging studies are rapidly becoming more quantitative due to enhanced imaging technologies, improved analytical and computational tools, as well as increasingly more stringent scientific scrutiny for accuracy and reproducibility. However, there is a paucity of systematic and introductory surveys easily accessible to biologists when faced with a plethora of technical issues in digital image processing and analyses. The lack of clarity on this issue, compounded by debate over the methods abundant in the niche literature, frequently leads to further confusion for those whose primary expertise is not in digital image processing. Unfortunately, erroneous or misguided application of methods in biological imaging analyses is not uncommon, and this can lead to artificial inflation or suppression of biological significance – often unintentionally. The goal of this two-day hands-on workshop is to survey the fundamentals of how image pixel data can be used to extract biologically meaningful information. Participants will install FIJI on their own laptops and will be given ample opportunity to work on actual images for truly hands-on learning experience.
Simultaneous access to two screens is highly recommended for adequate learning experience. Examples include two laptops, one computer with two screens, one laptop and one tablet, etc.
Specifically geared toward life scientists, this intensive hands-on workshop will survey basic and advanced topics in image processing and analysis.
Image Processing: Fundamentals of digital images, the arts and science behind image processing and the ethics of knowing when not to alter an image, morphometry and object segmentation, Fourier transformation in image processing, the concept of color display and how color affects data interpretation.
Image Analysis: Volumetric and intensity measurement, co-localization analysis, the meaning and application of various co-localization indices, quantitative ratiometric image analysis, particle tracking, analysis of protein dynamics and movement.
This is an intensive hands-on workshop. Participants will bring their own laptop (FAES can provide laptops if necessary). Images and plugins used in class will be shared via a file transfer prior to class.
Related FAES Workshops
BIOC 035 | Imaging – From IF and FISH to Automated and Confocal Microscopy
BIOC 053 | Super Resolution Microscopy
Although no grades are given for courses, each participant will receive Continuing Education Units (CEUs) based on the number of contact hours. Upon completion of the course each participant will receive a certificate, showing completion of the workshop and 1.4 CEUs.
General Training Rate
Discounted Training Rates
$755.00 - NIH Community (Trainees, Employees, Contractors, Volunteers, etc.)
$835.00 - Academia, US Government, US Military
100% tuition refund for registrations cancelled 14 or more calendar days prior to the start of the workshop.
50% tuition refund for registrations cancelled between 4 to 13 calendar days prior to the start of the workshop.
No refund will be issued for registrations cancelled 3 calendar days or less prior to the start of the workshop.
All cancellations must be received in writing via email to Ms. Carline Coote at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cancellations received after 4:00 pm (ET) on business days or received on non-business days are time marked for the following business day.
All refund payments will be processed by the start of the initial workshop.