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MLMC 2016 Frontiers: Multi-Dimensional Microscopy

Montreal Light Microscopy Course

This year’s 5-day advanced level MLMC 2016 Frontiers: Multi-Dimensional Microscopy course will be held from August 15-19, 2016, and we sincerely hope you will join us at McGill University in Montreal.

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Keynote Lecture:

Julie A. Theriot, PhD, Biochemistry and Microbiology & Immunology, from Stanford University
Measuring cytoskeletal dynamics and mechanical forces in rapidly moving cells.

Wednesday afternoon, August 17, 2106 at 4:30pm. All are welcome.
There is no charge to attend, but registration is required.
Download the Keynote Flyer

MLMC Topics:

  • Live cell microscopy
  • Wound healing
  • Photo-manipulation and FRAP
  • Imaging cellular physiology
  • Super-resolution microscopy
  • Light sheet microscopy
  • Quantitative image analysis
  • Imaging in tissue
  • Tissue clearing
  • Multi-photon microscopy

Confirmed Speakers / Organizers:

Gary Brouhard, McGill University
Claire Brown, McGill University
Lisa Cameron, Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Pina Colarusso, University of Calgary
Daniel Côté, Université Laval
Pierre Drapeau, Université de Montréal
Tushare Jinadasa, Université Laval
James Jonkman, University Health Network
Paul Maddox, University of North Carolina
Douglas Richardson, Harvard University
Erik Snapp, Janelia Research Campus of Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Thomas Stroh, Montreal Neurological Institute
Julie A. Theriot, Stanford University
Erika (Tse-Luen) Wee, McGill University

MLMC Candidates – Application

Interested candidates must apply for one of the thirty-six available spots. Applications will be processed on a first-come first-serve basis. Application Deadline: Extended to May 15, 2016.

The August 2016 MLMC is designed to provide a full week of advanced instruction in optical microscopy. Students, fellows, technical staff, research scientists and principal investigators are welcome to attend. Lectures will be presented in the morning, while the afternoons will be devoted towards hands-on sessions with a variety of optical microscopy techniques.

Included in the $1,600 course fee: Course materials, daily lectures and hands-on workshops, AM and PM breaks, buffet lunch, Lunch-N-Learn sessions, Monday opening reception and poster session, Wednesday Keynote Lecture and reception, and Friday night closing dinner and social.

Registration for accepted candidates will be finalized upon payment by cheque or McGill FOAPAL.

Please see the Registration and Application page on the MLMC 2016 website for further details, or contact the MLMC Secretariat if you have any questions at all.

We also ask you to please pass the information on to others who may be interested.

We look forward to reviewing your application, and to seeing you this August!

Thank you and regards from the Program Committee,

Claire Brown
Lisa Cameron
Pina Colarusso
James Jonkman
Paul Maddox
Thomas Stroh
Erika (Tse-Luen) Wee