Exploring Neurons and Synapses: Imaging Tools and Techniques Webinar - Registration Open Now

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This webinar will provide experienced and novice researchers with an overview of the current optical imaging methods driving neuroscience today. Part of the BioTechniques free webinar series.

In the coming years, considerable effort and resources will be directed at understanding the neural connections of the brain. This webinar examines many of the tools being used to study how neurons interact with one another at their synapses.

Event Date: Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Live Event Time: 1 PM EDT / 10 AM PDT / 6 PM BST
Live Event Location: biotechniques.com/synapses


Silvio Rizzoli - Professor; Group Leader, STED Microscopy of Synaptic Function Department of Neuro- and Sensory Physiology, European Neuroscience Institute, University of Göttingen Medical Center

Valentin Nagerl - Professor of Neuroscience and Bioimaging, Interdisciplinary Institute for Neuroscience (IINS), University of Bordeaux


Patrick C.H. Lo, Ph.D. - Senior Editor, BioTechniques

This event will provide both experienced and novice researchers with an excellent overview of the current optical imaging methods driving neuroscience today and features:

  • The latest applications of imaging technology for visualizing synapse structure in order to study synaptic plasticity, and for analyzing synaptic vesicle recycling and the localization of synaptic proteins
  • A live question and answer session

To register for the live event and on demand access, please visit:

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