Accepted Abstracts

  • A deep learning based pipeline for the automation of spatial analysis in liver microscopy

    Michiel Ver Cruysse, Birthe Haest, Martin Guilliams

    Flemish Institute for Biotechnology

  • Spatial heterogeneity of immune response in colorectal cancer

    Vlad Popovici, Fernando Santa, Eva Budinská

    Masaryk University

  • A generative model to synthetize the spatio-temporal dynamics of bio-molecules in living cells

    Lisa Balsollier, Charles Kervrann, Jean Salamero, Frédéric Lavancier

    CNRS; Nantes Université; Centre Inria de l’Université de Rennes; Institut Curie; PSL Research University; Sorbonne Universités

  • Sparse sampling algorithm for fast Raman micro-spectroscopy

    Lito P Chatzidavari, Christopher J Rowlands

    Imperial College London

  • ShapoGraphy: a new approach for visualising bioimaging and spatial data

    Muhammed Khawatmi, Yoann Steux, Sadam Zourob, Heba Sailem

    King’s College London

  • Signed distance persistent homology of tubular and membranous shapes

    Anna Song, Antoniana Batsivari, Anthea Monod, Dominique Bonnet

    Imperial College London; The Francis Crick Institute

  • Beyond pretty images: when does single-molecule microscopy data become biologically meaningful?

    Kirti Prakash, Alistair Curd

    The Royal Marsden Trust; Institute of Cancer Research; University of Leeds

  • Unsupervised cell tracking and semi-supervised division detection in video microscopy with low temporal resolution

    Daniel Zyss, Amin Fehri, Thomas Walter

    Cairn Biosciences Inc.; Centre for Computational Biology, Mines Paris; PSL University; Institut Curie; INSERM

  • Segmenting cells without cytoplasm marker for spatial transcriptomics

    Thomas Defard, Florian Massip, Florian Muller, Thomas Walter

    Centre for Computational Biology, Mines Paris; PSL University; Institut Curie; INSERM; Institut Pasteur, Université Paris Cité

  • Subtle phenotype discovery in yeast cells using deep learning-based instance segmentation of cryo-SXT

    Jacob Egebjerg, Richard Röttger, Daniel Wüstner

    University of Southern Denmark

  • Online classification and photomanipulation of sparse marine organisms

    Christopher R. Rhodes, Joanna Zukowska, Rainer Pepperkok

    European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg; Advanced Light Microscopy Facility, Heidelberg

  • Analysis of nucleosome clusters in Drosophila primary spermatocytes

    Madeleine Ball, Stefan Koestler, Leila Muresan, Sohaib Abdul Rehman, Kevin O’Holleran, Robert White

    University of Cambridge; Harvard University

  • Fractal characterization of the spatial distribution of retinal ganglion cells for the early diagnosis of glaucoma

    Jonathan Henderson, Hannah Mitchell, Benjamin Davis

    Queen’s University Belfast; Rutherford Appleton Laboratory

  • Clustering and inter-cluster distributions of dSTORM localisations for medical diagnosis: renal filtration protein patterns in healthy and diseased tissue

    Alistair Curd, Scarlet Brockmoeller, Hayley Slaney, James Felce, Philip Quirke

    University of Leeds; Saint James Hospital, Leeds

  • New metric of a degree of clustering in a point pattern to study tumor microenvironment

    Evgenia Martynova, Carla van Herpen, Gerben Lassche, Johannes Textor

    Radboud University Medical Center; Radboud University

  • Topological encoding of relations in data from multiplex immunohistochemistry images

    Bernadette J. Stolz, Jagdeep Dhesi, Joshua Bull, Heather A. Harrington, Helen M. Byrne, Hee Rhang Yoon

    EPFL; University of Oxford

  • Benchmarking clustering algorithms to understand bacterial organization

    Jacob A. R. Wright, Oliver J. Pambos, Piers Turner, Hafez el Sayyed, Achillefs N. Kapanidis

    University of Oxford

  • Extended pair correlation functions for multiplex medical imaging

    Joshua A. Bull, Helen M. Byrne

    University of Oxford

  • Spatial analysis for symmetrically optical images of polarimetry

    Bei Zhang, Xinyun Zhu, Yiwei Dong

    Beihang University; Imperial College London; North University of China

  • Too much or not enough? The development of robust MINFLUX acquisition stopping criteria

    Benjamin M. Davis, Ester G. Gonzalez, Christopher Tynan, Marisa Martin-Fernandez, Daniel Rolfe

    STFC Central Laser Facility, Research Complex at Harwell