The convergence of instrumentation and optical probes developed over the last twenty-five years allows us to examine quantitatively dynamic processes within ever more complicated biological systems. Studies now routinely examine cells within whole organisms with exquisite molecular resolution made possible through genetic labeling approaches.
Quantitative measurements of dynamic cellular processes and movements are greatly complicated by the inherent three-dimensionality of intact biological systems, so addressing questions in these systems requires novel data acquisition and analysis strategies.
In this webinar, Dr. John Condeelis, Dr. Michael Cahalan, and Dr. Mary Dickinson will describe the approaches developed in their labs to acquire and extract quantitative, multi-dimensional data from living organisms undergoing dynamics associated with cancer, immune response, and development.
John S. Condeelis Professor, Anatomy & Structural Biology and Scientific Director, Analytical Imaging Center Albert Einstein College of Medicine View Presenter Biography
Michael Cahalan Professor and Chair, Physiology and Biophysics University of California, Irvine View Presenter Biography