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Attend our graduate course in preclinical imaging!

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In spring 2022, Lund University Bioimaging Centre (LBIC) will give a graduate course in preclinical imaging. The course aims to give PhD students, post-docs, researchers and others theoretical and practical experiences of LBICs preclinical imaging modalities. It will provide a base which helps to incorporate different imaging technologies into the scientific questions to be answered within biomedical research.

Lund University Bioimaging Centre is a resource of unique technologies and expertise. The mission is to combine knowledge in the fields of medical physics, preclinical and clinical medicine, chemistry, technology and applied mathematics in order to provide and develop imaging methods for the advanced study of human morphology, cellular metabolism and physiological function in health and disease.

In the preclinical arena, LBICs infrastructure provides equipment for both in-vivo, ex-vivo and in-vitro imaging. This graduate course aims to give PhD students, post-docs, researchers and others theoretical and practical experiences of LBICs preclinical imaging modalities. The course will touch upon:

  • Advanced light microscopy techniques (confocal, STORM, TIRF)
  • Electron microscopy (TEM/SEM)
  • In vivo imaging techniques such as PET, SPECT, CT and MRI.

The course provides a base which helps to incorporate different imaging technologies into the scientific questions to be answered within biomedical research.

More information about the course can be found here:

Graduate course in preclinical imaging

Time: March 7-25, spring 2022

Location: Lund

Target group: Primarily intended for doctoral students, but postdoctoral and other researchers may also be admitted if there are available slots.