Quantitative fluorescence microscopy has become one of the most important technical advances for the study of cancer progression. The ability to observe different cellular activities allows a better comprehension of cell transformation that ultimately leads to tumour formation. At the frontier between biophysics and molecular and cell biology this conference will cover recent advances in fluorescence microscopy enabling measurement and computational analysis of a wide range of cellular activities.
The purpose of this conference is to bring together an international group of scientists and promote ample discussion around the research focus of quantitative fluorescence microscopy and is included in the “Workshop on High-Resolution Light Microscopy - Cancer Cell Migration in Space and Time” organized under the European project ReTuBi – Research in Tumour Biology in iMM (17 – 22 Oct 2016).
- Alex Dunn | Stanford University, USA
- Claudio Franco | iMM, Portugal
- Danijela Vignjevic | Institut Curie, France
- Edgar Gomes | iMM, Portugal
- Jan Lammerding | Cornell University, USA
- Javier Bravo-Cordero | Icahn School of Medicine at Mt Sinai, USA
- Johanna Ivaska | University of Turku, Finland
- Matthieu Piel | Institut Curie, France
- Olivier Pertz | University of Bern, Switzerland
Fo more information go to: http://www.tumourbiology.eu/1/events_1047610.html