Neuronal Optical Imaging: From Cellular Landscape to Circuit Functionality
Originally aired on November 2, 2020, 12 pm EST
In the last years, the field of neuronal imaging at the cellular and sub-cellular levels has significantly benefited from the advances in genetic engineering, development of sophisticated high-resolution instrumentation, novel probe development, enhanced computing power, and machine learning algorithms.
This Cell Press webinar will showcase how these cutting-edge innovations generate valuable structure-function insight into the neuronal circuit.
Please join us for this webinar with Xiaowei Zhuang (Harvard University), Valentina Emiliani (Institut de la Vision, Inserm), and Uri Manor (Salk Institute) as they present their latest work to design and apply new high-throughput imaging modalities first in vitro, and then in vivo to understand the neuronal architecture and function with state-of-the-art spatial and temporal resolution.
CNRS Research Director, Wavefront-engineering Microscopy Group,
Photonics Department, Institut de la Vision, Inserm, France
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator; David B. Arnold Jr. Professor of Science;
Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology; Professor of Physics, Harvard University