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FIJI Bioimaging Analysis Workshop

June 4, 10 am to 3 pm ET

*In-person and Online – Registration Required

FREE Workshop is sponsored by the Kentucky IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (KY INBRE) Imaging Training and Education Center (ITEC) and the University of Louisville Micro/Nano Technology Center and will be presented by David Alston, Computing Research Engineer, UofL. Attend in person* (at UofL; lunch provided) or online via Zoom. Limited in-person slots available! Don’t delay in registering!

For questions or more information, contact Dr. Julia Aebersold, email, David Alston, email.

Registration closed. In-person at capacity. Email us if interested in attending online.

IN-PERSON LOCATION: University of Louisville Clinical and Translational Research Building, Room 101, 505 S Hancock St, Louisville, KY 40202 (Driving Directions)

10 am to 12 pm

Section 1 – Intro to FIJI

Image basics, preprocessing, registration, denoising, segmentation, measurement/analysis, visualization, and automation.

12 to 1 pm

Lunch (will be provided to in-person attendees)

1 to 3 pm

Section 2 – Image analysis workflows using FIJI

Gold dot particle counting, 3D arbor analysis, 3D stack registration, and denoising.

Use the QR code above (or this link) for data download and setup info PRIOR to the Workshop

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