National Institute for Basic Biology and the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas “Advanced Bioimaging Support (ABiS)” is holding the 66th NIBB Conference/ABiS International Symposium “Cutting Edge Techniques of Bioimaging” from 17th
February, 2019. Recent advances in techniques for bioimaging research not only of instruments such as optical microscopes but also of methods, which enable us to obtain biological information from an enormous number of imaging data, are remarkable. However, it is becoming more and more important for us to develop and introduce new techniques to grasp an understanding of the intrinsic biological systems in living organisms and to lead to new discoveries of the principles underlying life. This conference is intended to highlight cutting-edge techniques in bioimaging field, especially super-resolution imaging and live cell imaging. We are convinced that this conference intends to provide an excellent opportunity to review the recent techniques in bioimaging research. We have also provided opportunities for poster presentations.
Naoto Ueno (National Institute for Basic Biology)
Toshihiko Fujimori (National Institute for Basic Biology)
Junichi Nabekura (National Institute for Physiological Sciences)
Masanobu Kano (National Institute for Physiological Sciences /The University of Tokyo)
Teng-Leong Chew (HHMI Janelia, USA)
Tetsuya Higashiyama (Nagoya University, Japan)
Kate McDole (HHMI Janelia, USA)
Yasushi Okada (The University of Tokyo / RIKEN, Japan)
Yosuke Tamada (NIBB, Japan)
Hiroaki Wake (Kobe University, Japan)
Naoki Watanabe (Kyoto University, Japan)
Please visit the website for further information and registration.
We are calling for poster presenters.
A select numbers of posters will be selected for short talks.
Date: February 17th
(Sun) – 18th
Venue: Okazaki Conference Center, Okazaki, Aichi, Japan
Meal fee: ¥5,000 (For students ¥3,000)
National Institute for Basic Biology
The 66th NIBB Conference
ABiS International Symposium
Nishigonaka 38, Myodaiji, Okazaki
Aichi, Japan 444-8585
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