The 21st Annual Advanced Imaging Methods Workshop is a 3-day event focused on new and emerging optical microscopy techniques and their applications with a special focus on time-resolved techniques hosted by the CRL Molecular Imaging Center at UC Berkeley.
This workshop brings together internationally-renowned researchers in a broad variety of fields including biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, probe design, cellular biology, neuroscience, optics, metabolism and more. Past speakers have included six Nobel Laureates: Roger Tsien, WE Moerner, Stephen Hell, Eric Betzig, Steven Chu, and Carolyn Bertozzi. This year we will have sessions on fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM), neuroscience, probe development, in vivo imaging, clearing and expansion, breakout workshops on data management, and more!
In addition to invited talks from leaders in the field, AIM2024 will include real lab demonstrations on campus, sponsor demonstrations, software tutorials, tours of UC Berkeley state-of-the-art imaging facilities, and a special reception at the outdoor lounge (weather permitting). This year will also bring back the popular poster session with prizes for student presenters. AIM includes gourmet lunch on-site each day, coffee breaks, and plenty of opportunities for interactions among participants.
Cover Image: Algae by Marco Duenas, The Merchant Lab, UC Berkeley