2017 Summer School

FRONTIERS IN NEUROPHOTONICS - An International Summer School on Advanced Optical Imaging and Photoactivation Techniques

Frontiers in Neurophotonics, une école d’été internationale sur les méthodes avancées d’imagerie optique et de photo-stimulation pour étudier et traiter le cerveau

Centre de Recherche CERVO (2601 de la Canardière, Québec, local F-1455).

Les conférences sont ouvertes à tous - Conferences are open to all.


9:00- Jérôme Mertz (Boston U.): Basics of microscopy
11:00- Ed Ruthazer (McGill Univ.):  Tools for imaging neuronal morphogenesis and synaptogenesis in vivo

9:00- Santiago Costantino (Ophtalmologie, Univ. Montréal): Optical engineering of the cellular microenvironment
11:00- Robert Campbell (Chemistry, Univ. of Alberta): Genetically encoded fluorophores and reporters to illuminate neuronal activity

9:00- Cathie Ventalon (École des neurosciences, Paris): Functional fluorescence imaging and spatially selective photoactivation in freely-behaving rodents
11:00 Kurt Haas (Brain Research Center, UBC): Functional imaging from small neuronal networks


9:00- Yves De Koninck (Psychiatrie et Neuroscience; U. Laval): Optogenetics: from basic principles to in -vivo applications
11:00- Pierre Marquet (Psychiatrie et Neuroscience; U. Laval): Quantitative phase-digital holographic microscopy to explore cell structure and dynamics at the nanoscale

9:00- Paul De Koninck (Biochimie, U. Laval): Tracking molecular events in neurons
11:00- Tim Murphy (Psychiatry, UBC): Mouse In Vivo Imaging and Optogenetic Tools for Elucidating Cortical Circuit Structure and Function Following Stroke 

9:00- Thomas Kuner (University of Heidelberg, Germany): Nanoarchitecture of the presynaptic active zone: Exploring the limits of localization microscopy

9:00- Stéphane Dieudonné (École Normale Supérieure, Paris): Fast functional Ca2+imaging – pitfalls and challenges

9:00- Jean-Baptiste Sibarita (Université de Bordeaux, France): Pushing the limits of quantitative super-resolution microscopy to decipher the molecular organization and dynamics of synaptic proteins

9:00- David Boas (Boston U.): Mapping Human Brain Activity with Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy

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