The Quantitative BioImaging Society seeks to foster the scientific exchange of researchers with interest in quantitative imaging in biological and biomedical sciences. A particular emphasis is to promote interdisciplinary interactions between physicists, engineers, chemists, mathematicians, biologists, etc. One of the main activities to date has been the organization of the Quantitative BioImaging Conference that is held annually at different locations worldwide. We are actively working on expanding our range of offerings and are very interested to hear about ideas for future initiatives.
Visit the page Spatial Analysis for Biological Imaging for information on this upcoming March 2023 workshop.
We have a library of videos of the presentations from prior QBI events. Please visit our Video Library page for recordings of most of the QBI 2020 presentations and the QBI 2019 keynote lectures by Fredrick Maxfield, Rainer Heintzmann, Ernst H.K. Stelzer, and Michael Elad.