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CSH Asia Symposium:New Advances in Optical Imaging of Live Cells and Organisms

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New Advances in Optical Imaging of Live Cells and Organisms

Suzhou,China
August 20-23, 2013

Organized by:
Atsushi Miyawaki, Riken Brain Science Institute, Japan
Xiaoliang Sunney Xie, Harvard University, USA
Rafael Yuste, Columbia University, USA 
Xiaowei Zhuang, HHMI / Harvard University, USA

Major Topics:
1. Intracellular imaging
2. Single molecule imaging
3. Probe development
4. Super-resolution microscopy
5. In vivo imaging
6. Neuroimaging
7. Optical manipulation of activity, including optogenetics and caged compounds

Keynote Speakers:
Stefan Hell, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany
Abstract title:Nanoscope with Focused Light

Invited Speakers:

Intracellular imaging
Heping Cheng
, Peking University, CHINA
Abstract title: In vivo imaging mitochondrial flashes - The latest developments
Ethan Garner, Harvard University, USA
Abstract title: Dissecting the mechanism of bacterial cell wall synthesis with single molecule imaging
Akihiro Kusumi, Kyoto University, JAPAN
Abstract title: Cell鈥檚 first steps for raft formation and function as revealed by single-molecule imaging and tracking
Michiyuki Matsuda, Kyoto University, JAPAN
Abstract title: Visualization of signaling molecule activity with transgenic mice expressing FRET biosensors
Robert Singer, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA
Abstract title: Following Single mRNAs From Birth to Death in Living Cells.

Single molecule imaging
Toshio Ando, Kanazawa University, JAPAN
Abstract title: Video imaging of dynamic molecular and cellular processes by high-speed AFM
Carlos Bustamante, HHMI/University of California, Berkeley, USA
Abstract title:Recent advances in molecular imaging
Yoshie Harada, Kyoto University, JAPAN
Abstract title: Development of a novel single-molecule imaging technique using fluorescent diamond nanoparticles
Paul Selvin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Abstract title: Single Molecule Fluorescence and Optical Trapping Applied to Molecular
Michelle Wang, Cornell University and HHMI, USA
Abstract title: Biological Processes under Torque

Probe development
Steven Boxer, Stanford University, USA
Abstract title: Split GFP as an photo-active element to control interactions
Atsushi Miyawaki, Riken Brain Science Institute, JAPAN
Abstract title: New fluorescent probes and new perspectives in neuroscience
Hidekazu Tsutsui, Osaka University, JAPAN
Abstract title: The voltage-sensor domain and membrane potential imaging
Tao Xu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, CHINA
Abstract title: Developing novel probes for super-resolution microscopy

Super-resolution microscopy
William Moerner
, Stanford University, USA
Abstract title: Challenges and Opportunities for 3D Single-Molecule Localization Microscopy in Cells
Valentin Nagerl, University of Bordeaux, France
Abstract title: Nanoscale imaging of synapses in living brain slices by STED microscopy
Xiaowei Zhuang, HHMI / Harvard University, USA
Abstract title: Recent technological advances and applications of STORM

In vivo imaging
Scott Fraser, University of Southern California, USA
Abstract title: Imaging the Molecular Signaling and Cellular Dynamics of Embryonic Development.
Masaru Ishii, Osaka University, JAPAN
Abstract title: Intravital multiphoton imaging dissecting cellular dynamics in live animals
Eric Potma, UC Irvine, USAEric Potma, UC Irvine, USA
Abstract title: Clinical multiphoton microscopy: old tricks, new applications
Michio Tomura, Kyoto University, JAPAN
Abstract title: Visualization of immune response by obserbing cell-cycle, movement and death.
Xiaoliang Sunney Xie, Harvard University, USA
Abstract title: Stimulated Raman Scattering Microscopy: Label Free Imaging of DNA and Cancer

Neuroimaging
Ann-Shyn Chiang
, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Abstract title: Connectomics mapping of the Drosophila central complex
Daniel Choquet, CNRS-Univ. Bordeaux, FRANCE
Abstract title: Nano Scale imaging of glutamatergic synapse organization and function
Adam Cohen, Harvard University, USA
Abstract title: All Optical Electrophysiology with Microbial Rhodopsins
Arthur Konnerth, Technical University Munich, GERMANY
Abstract title:Imaging single synapses of cortical neurons in vivo
Wei Min, Columbia University, USA
Abstract title: Vibrational imaging of proteome dynamics in live cells and organisms.

Optical manipulation of activity, including optogenetics and caged compounds
Edward Boyden
, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Abstract title: Optogenetics and Other Technologies for Neural Circuit Analysis
Roberto Etchenique, Universidad De Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Abstract title: Ruthenium caged compounds: manipulation of cellular activity with visible and IR light.
Michael Lin, Stanford University School of Medicine, USA
Abstract title: Improving fluorescence imaging across spatial scales with brighter red fluorescent proteins
Shimon Weiss, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Abstract title: Towards 鈥檕ptogenetics鈥 with non-genetic inorganic nanoparticles
Rafael Yuste, Columbia University, USA
Abstract title: Playing the piano with the brain: monitoring and manipulating neuronal activity in 3D

Cold Spring Harbor Asia
No.299 Qiyue Road, SIP/ Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China
Tel: +86-512-62729029
Fax: +86-512-62729028
Email: mikeji@cshl.edu
Website: www.csh-asia.org

 

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