QBI 2020 Minisymposia2019-08-11T15:57:05+00:00

Minisymposia

Several Minisymposia will be held during the conference. So far we have confirmed the following:

  • Imaging in Immunology. Confirmed speakers so far:
    • Michael Dustin, Oxford
    • Gerhard Schütz, Vienna
    • Christof Wuelfing, Bristol
    • Dylan Owen, London
  • Volumetric Imaging. Confirmed speakers so far:
    • Ilaria Testa, Stockholm
    • Gail McConnell, Strathclyde
    • Andrew York, San Francisco
  • Spatial Statistics in Microscopy. Confirmed speakers so far:
    • Thibault Lagache, Columbia University
    • Thierry Pecot, Hollings Cancer Center at the Medical University of South Carolina
    • Jan-Otto Hooghoudt, Aalborg University
    • Rasmus Waagepetersen, Aalborg University
  • Bioimage Informatics. Confirmed speakers so far:
    • Jean-Baptiste Sibarita, University of Bordeaux
    • Thomas Walter, Institut Curie, Paris
    • David Holcman –  Institut de Biologie de l’Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris
  • Correlative Microscopy. Confirmed speakers so far:
    • Lucy Collinson, London
    • Justin W. Taraska, Bethesda
    • N. Liv, Utrecht
  • Modern machine learning approaches to image analysis uncertainty quantification in microscopyConfirmed speakers so far:
    • Lei Tan, Boston University
    • Roarke Horstmeyer, Duke University
    • Badri Roysam, Houston
  • Tissue multiplexing techniques and applications in oncology. Confirmed speakers so far:
    • Bernd Bodenmiller, Zuerich
    • Josephine Bunch, National Physical Laboratory, UK
    • Frederick Klauschen, Institute of Pathology, Charite – University Medicine Berlin
    •  Shanon Seger, Hoffman La-Roche, Switzerland
    •  Robert West, Dept of Pathology, Stanford University
    • Martha Trub, University Hospital Basel
  • New frontiers in single molecule microscopy. Confirmed speakers so far:
    • Sandrine Leveque-Fort, Paris
    • Fang Huang, Purdue, West Lafayette