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Quantitative imaging and analysis in neurons

The ability to observe neural activity at the cellular and subcellular levels provides a window into understanding how the brain develops and functions. In recent years, advances in imaging technology and the development of novel fluorescent probes have made it possible to measure calcium and membrane potential dynamics in neurons with high spatiotemporal resolution. These techniques have been effectively used to study neural circuitry, providing a detailed view of the complex and dynamic processes underlying brain function.

This webinar will showcase how powerful imaging techniques have revolutionized the analysis of neuronal activity and provided fundamental insight not only into normal brain function but also into the disruptions that occur during neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease. We hope that you will join us for the chance to hear from two leaders in this field, Rafael Yuste and Arthur Konnerth.

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Arthur Konnerth
Professor, Department of Medicine
Technical University Munich, Germany
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Rafael Yuste
Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
Columbia University
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Brian M. Salzberg
Professor, Department of Neuroscience
University of Pennsylvania
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