Sep 21, 2016 03:50 PM
The ever-increasing speed and resolution of modern microscopes make the storage and post-processing of images challenging. We developed a 4-lens light sheet microscope combined with real-time image-processing engine that projects the 3D image volume onto a 2D map, reducing the data generated as well as providing a panoramic view of the sample. In my talk, I will discuss our multi-dimensional imaging approach, integrating whole-embryo live imaging, genetic information and analysis of an ensemble of specimen to understand how large-scale tissue movements shape the early zebrafish embryo.
‘Panoramic Light Sheet Microscopy’
(Light Microsocpy, CRUK Cambridge Institute & Jan Huisken Lab, MPI-CBG, Dreden)
Friday, 24th June 2016, 3-4pm
Physiology Lecture Theatre
University of Cambridge
Cambridge CB2 3EA
Cambridge Advanced Imaging Lectures - a monthly lecture series on imaging techniques, analysis tools, imaging applications and developments across disciplines organised by Stefanie Reichelt (CRUK CI), Alex Sossick (Gurdon) and Kevin O’Holleran (CAIC).