IAP 2001 Activity

New Technologies for Biomedical Research
Prof. Frank Gertler
No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Participants welcome at individual sessions (series)

New technologies are changing the face of research, offering us new directions and changing how we approach old problems.
Contact: Dr. Frank Gertler, 68-270, x3-5511,
Sponsor: Biology

Microscopy I
Paul Goodwin, Applied Precision
In session I, Paul Goodwin from Applied Precision will discuss the basics of microscopy. A basic introduction to light and fluorescence microscopy will be presented. Topics will include: choosing the proper objecive for your experiment, and optimized use of phase-contrast, DIC, and epifluorence microscopy.
Tue Jan 16, 11am-12:00pm, 68-181

Microscopy II
Paul Goodwin, Applied Precision
In session II, Paul Goodwin will talk about more advanced microscopy techniques. An introduction and discussion of cutting edge technoloy for image acquisition and analysis. Topics include: Deconvolution microscopy, confocal microscopy, and live cell imaging.
Wed Jan 17, 11am-12:00pm, 68-181

Drug Discovery
Dr. Ken Koblan, Merck
Dr. Ken Koblan from Merck will discuss the modern drug discovery process.
Tue Jan 23, 11am-12:00pm, Whitehead Auditorium
Latest update: 09-Jan-2001

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