Save the dates for the 2018 CAN meeting
The Frontiers in Neurophotonics Summer School is an opportunity to meet fellow researchers and students from around the world, discuss and discover the latest advances in live cell optical imaging techniques put in perspective by experimental challenges in the field of neuroscience.
Frontiers in Neurophotonics is aimed at MSc. PhD, and junior post-doctoral fellows.
The school will combine tutorials given by experts in photonics and neuroscience and hands-on experiments involving advanced optical approaches to measure, manipulate and follow molecular events in living neuronal cells.
2017 – PRELIMINARY LIST OF SPEAKERS:
- David Boas – Boston University, USA
- Daniel Côté – Université Laval, Canada
- Paul DeKoninck – Université Laval, Canada
- Yves DeKoninck Université Laval, Canada
- Stéphane Dieudonné – École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France
- Kurt Haas – University of British Columbia, Canada
- Thomas Kuner – University of Heidelberg, Germany
- Pierre Marquet – Université Laval, Canada
- Tim Murphy – University of British Columbia, Canada
- Ed Ruthazer – McGill University, Canada
- Jean-Baptiste Sibarita, Université de Bordeaux, France
- …and more to come!
- Tracking cell migration and maturation in live brain slices. Example
- Video-rate multimodal imaging in vivo. Example
- Coherent Anti-stokes Raman Scattering microscopy. Example
- Imaging protein trafficking in various neuronal compartments. Example
- Tracking of single receptors on membrane Example
- Fluorescence lifetime approaches. Example
- Photobleaching and Photoactivation techniques. Example
- Two-photon calcium imaging in axons and dendrites
- Mapping synaptic connections between neurons
- Super-resolution optical imaging
- Optical microprobe applications in vivo
The school is supported with funds from Brain Canada. We hope to see you in Quebec !
Winnipeg, Manitoba, May 24 – 26 2017
Theme: Cerebellum: from Development to Disease
The Society for Research on the Cerebellum and Ataxia (SRCA) is an international professional society of scientists interested in research on the cerebellum and its associated disorders. In recent years, there has been tremendous growth in research on cerebellar motor and non-motor functions, and the cerebellum has been shown to play a critical role in diverse diseases including ataxias, autism spectrum disorder and cognitive impairment. Basic and clinical research will be highlighted at the 8th Annual SRCA Symposium in Winnipeg, providing unparalleled opportunities for networking and presentation of leading-edge research results.
More details on the Society for Research on the Cerebellum and Ataxias website
Our next annual meeting will take place in Montreal, May 28 – 31 2017.
Please go to the 2017 meeting webpage for all the details