Creating Community & Building Capacity

The imaging of molecules, cells, and tissues are central to biomedical research and clinical practice. Advancing imaging tools and accelerating their use will help drive breakthroughs in curing, preventing, or managing disease. Networks of imaging scientists, imaging software fellows, and researchers around the world are building hubs of imaging expertise for local biomedical researchers. Read more.

The "spiral eyes" are a composition of an early stage of neurogenesis in the embryonic zebrafish retina. | Photograph by Leonardo Valdivia.
The "spiral eyes" are a composition of an early stage of neurogenesis in the embryonic zebrafish retina. | Photograph by Leonardo Valdivia.

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A New Prototype for Imaging Core Facilities

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Mark Scimone, PhD

Boston Children's Hospital (Cellular Imaging Core)

Adopting Genome-scale Chromatin Tracing in Human Tissues

Advancing Imaging Through Collaborative Projects

to adopt a novel genome-scale chromatin tracing imaging technology to map the 3D organization and regulation of DNA within complex tissues and disseminate this technology to the genomics community

Bogdan Bintu

University of California, San Diego

Quan Zhu

University of California, San Diego

Bing Ren

University of California, San Diego

Neil Chi

University of California, San Diego

Gene Yeo

University of California, San Diego

Yvonne Fondufe-Mittendorf

Van Andel Institute

Advanced Bioimaging with Cutting-Edge Microscopy

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Srigokul Upadhyayula, PhD

University of California, Berkeley (Advanced Bioimaging Center)

Advanced Light Imaging and Spectroscopy

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Martin C. Fischer, PhD

Duke University (Advanced Light Imaging and Spectroscopy Facility)

Advancing & Professionalizing Careers in Imaging Science

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Jennifer Waters, PhD

Harvard Medical School (Nikon Imaging Center)

Advancing Bioimaging Core Services with Artificial Intelligence

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Paul Hernandez-Herrera, PhD

National Autonomous University of Mexico (National Laboratory for Advanced Microscopy)

Advancing Imaging for Basic and Biomedical Sciences

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Scot C. Kuo, PhD

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (Microscope Facility)

Advancing Microscopy Image Analysis with Citizen Science and Machine Learning

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Helen Spiers, PhD

The Francis Crick Institute (Electron Microscopy Science Technology Platform)

Advancing Multi-Scale Imaging to Catalyze Biomedical Research

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

James Fitzpatrick, PhD

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis (Center for Cellular Imaging)

African BioImaging Consortium: Building the African Microscopy Community

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will unite and strengthen a pan-African bioimaging community to support imaging scientists, facilitate increased imaging utilization and empower trans-continental collaboration and advocacy.

Caron Jacobs, PhD

University of Cape Town

Menattallah Elserafy, PhD

Center for Genomics, Zewail City of Science and Technology

Alassane Mbengue, PhD

Institut Pasteur Dakar

Array Tomography Training and Network

Advancing Imaging Through Collaborative Projects

to develop an international array tomography user community via courses and an online hub to increase skills and accessibility, and reveal the scale of biology in health and disease

Martina Schifferer

German Center of Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) Munich

Jemima Burden

University College London

Naomi Kamasawa

Max Planck Florida institute for Neuroscience

Kristina D. Micheva

Stanford University School of Medicine

Thomas Misgeld

Technical University of Munich

Josh Morgan

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Mariano Soiza-Reilly

University of Buenos Aires

Mark Terasaki

University of Connecticut Health Center

Bruno Humbel

Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology

Beyond Acquisition: Solving Big-data Bottlenecks for Biologists

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Nicholas Condon, PhD

The University of Queensland (Institute for Molecular Bioscience Microscopy Facility)

Bioimage Acquisition and Processing Core: Building Skills in Biomedicine

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This group will encourage the local community’s adoption of bioimaging techniques and image analysis algorithms and expand the number of imaging experts in the field.

Federico Lecumberry, PhD

Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad de la República

Rossana Sapiro, PhD

Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de la República

Bioimaging Network for the Advancement of Biomedical Research (BioIMG Net)

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will foster access to bioimaging technologies in biomedical research in Brazil and Latin America and share knowledge via the existing imaging network, BioImaging Network of Minas Gerais.

Cristina Guatimosim, PhD

Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais Minas Gerais

Gregory Kitten, PhD

Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

Rossana Melo, PhD

Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora

Bridging the Gap Between Quantitative Bioimaging and Bench Scientists

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Caterina Strambio-De-Castillia, PhD

University of Massachusetts Medical School (Biomedical Imaging Group)

Bringing Artificial Intelligence to Biologists

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Thierry Pécot, PhD

Université de Rennes 1 (Microscopy Rennes Imaging Center and Histopathology High Precition)

Building a Bioimaging Network in West Africa

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will establish a self-sustaining and accessible bioimaging hub in Nigeria to serve as a central resource for facilitating life sciences teaching and research across West Africa.

Mahmoud Bukar Maina, PhD

Gordon Akanzuwine Awandare, PhD

West African Centre for Cell Biology of Infectious Pathogens, University of Ghana, Legon

Abdul Karim Sesay, PhD

Medical Research Council Unit The Gambia at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Building a Biomedical Imaging Network for Former Soviet Countries

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will form a community of scientists from six former Soviet countries focused on joint educational and scientific activities, including use and sharing of bioimaging equipment and approaches.

Narine Sarvazyan, PhD

Orbeli Institute of Physiology, George Washington University

Naira Ayvazyan, PhD

Orbeli Institute of Physiology

Dzmitry Shcharbin, PhD

Institute of Biophysics and Cell Engineering

Building a Collaborative Network to Advance Bioimaging in Latin America

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will develop an international collaborative network to improve bioimaging capacities of the Latin America and Caribbean region and expand access to training and technology.

Andrés Kamaid, PhD, MA

Institut Pasteur de Montevideo

Lía Pietrasanta, PhD

Centro de Microscopias Avanzadas, Instituto de Física de Buenos Aires, Universidad de Buenos Aires

Kildare Miranda, PhD

Unidade de Microscopia Avançada, Centro Nacional de Biologia Estrutural e Bioimagem, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Building Bioimaging Capacity in South America

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will promote a sustainable network of researchers in South America to extend and link regional capacities in structural biology and bioimaging, and build capacity in integrative bioimaging.

María Natalia Lisa, PhD

Alejandro Buschiazzo, PhD

Institut Pasteur de Montevideo

Rodrigo V. Portugal, PhD

Brazilian Center for Research in Energy and Materials (CNPEM)

Building Flamingo Light Sheet Microscopes in South America

Advancing Imaging Through Collaborative Projects

to build and install three mobile Flamingo light sheet microscopes at strategic facilities in Brazil, Uruguay and Chile to promote light sheet research, scientific collaboration and education

Alenka Lovy

Universidad Mayor

Jan Huisken

University of Göttingen

Gregory Kitten

Federal University of Minas Gerais

Michael Weber

University of Göttingen

Vinicius de Toledo Ribas

Federal University of Minas Gerais

Christopher Kushmerick

Federal University of Minas Gerais

Julio Cesar Cardenas

Universidad Mayor

Andres Kamaid

Pasteur Institute of Montevideo

Leonel Malacrida

Pasteur Institute of Montevideo

Felipe Court

Universidad Mayor

Leonardo Valdivia

Universidad Mayor

Collaborating on Customized Imaging Analysis and Community Engagement

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Beth Cimini, PhD

Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard (Imaging Platform)

Collaborative Image Analysis and Software Development

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Sara McArdle, PhD

La Jolla Institute for Immunology (LJI Microscopy Core)

Comprehensive Imaging Education in Biomedical Sciences

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Monika Gooz

Medical University of South Carolina

COMULISglobe: Multimodal Imaging across Scales in Life Sciences

Advancing Imaging Through Collaborative Projects

to harness the power of multimodal imaging across scales from basic research to clinical diagnostics, facilitate access, and train a new generation of scientists

Andreas Walter

Aalen University

John Eriksson

Euro-BioImaging

Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez

University of Gothenburg

Jan Grimm

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Lize Engelbrecht

Stellenbosch University

Claudia Kuntner-Hannes

Medical University of Vienna

Kirsi Lorentz

The Cyprus Institute

Perrine Paul-Gilloteaux

University of Nantes

Paula Maria Sampaio Fonseca

University of Porto

Nataša Sladoje

Uppsala University

Paul Verkade

University of Bristol

Connecting BioImage Analysis Expertise with Imaging Technology at Core Facilities

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Gisele Miranda, PhD

KTH Royal Institute of Technology (BioImage Informatics Facility)
Karolinska Institutet (Live Cell Imaging Facility)

Connecting the Mexican Bioimaging Community

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will form a network of imaging core facilities of advanced microscopy in México through an educational workshop program that will bring together imaging and biomedical researchers.

Diego Delgado-Álvarez, PhD

Ensenada Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education

Christopher Wood, PhD

Instituto de Biotecnología-UNAM

Adán Guerrero, PhD

Instituto de Biotecnología-UNAM

Correlative Cryo-Fluorescence Microscopy and Electron Tomography in Tissues

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Georg Ramm, PhD

Monash University (Monash Ramaciotti Centre for Cryo-Electron Microscopy)

Curated Imaging Science Education for Learners and Trainers

Advancing Imaging Through Collaborative Projects

to develop a curated open access online optical microscopy and image analysis education resource for both learners and trainers, designed for independent learning with remote support from experts

Anna Jost

Harvard Medical School

Jennifer Waters

Harvard Medical School

Beth Cimini

Broad Institute

Bryan Millis

Vanderbilt University

Gleb Grebnev

European Molecular Biology Laboratory

Uri Manor

Salk Institute for Biological Studies

Abhishek Kumar

Marine Biological Laboratory

Michelle Itano

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Martin Fischer

Duke University

Talley Lambert

Harvard Medical School

Democratizing Imaging for Infectious Disease Research in Africa

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Caron Jacobs, PhD

University of Cape Town (Confocal and Light Microscope Imaging Facility)

Democratizing Microscopy Across Brazil

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will democratize access to intravital microscopy in Brazil and empower institutions to establish the technique regionally, including by training post-docs and sharing low-cost solutions.

Gustavo Menezes, PhD

Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

Heitor Paula-Neto, PhD

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Detecting Disease-Related Structural Changes in Neurological Disorders

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Pramod Pisharady, PhD

University of Minnesota (Center for Magnetic Resonance Research)

Developing a Latin American Light-Sheet Bioimaging Hub

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will develop a light-sheet microscopy hub in Latin America through organizing educational events, providing remote light-sheet imaging and training researchers to build light-sheet microscopes.

Alenka Lovy, PhD

Felipe Court, PhD

Universidad Mayor

Leonardo Valdivia, PhD

Universidad Mayor

Developing a National Center for Doctoral Training in Microscopy

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Kerry Thompson, PhD

National University of Ireland Galway (Centre for Microscopy and Imaging)

Developing an Advanced Bioimaging Core in Latin America

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Leonel Malacrida, PhD

Institut Pasteur de Montevideo-Universidad de la República del Uruguay (Advanced Bioimaging Unit)

Developing New Image Acquisition and Analysis Strategies

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Jennifer Peters, PhD

University of Michigan (BRCF Microscopy Core)

Disseminating Chemical-based Super-resolution Microscopy

Advancing Imaging Through Collaborative Projects

to disseminate the chemical-based, super-resolution microscopy method called Label-Retention Expansion Microscopy to 120 labs and imaging core facilities in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Africa

Xiaoyu Shi

University of California, Irvine

Leonel Malacrida

Pasteur Institute of Montevideo

Tatsuo Fukagawa

Osaka University

Elizabeth Head

University of California, Irvine

Empowering Biologists with Deep Learning Approaches for Image Analysis

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Katarzyna Kedziora, PhD

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Bioinformatics & Analytics Research Collaborative)

Enabling Structural Cell Biology at UCSF via a CryoEM Tomography Center

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Garrett Greenan, PhD

University of California, San Francisco (Center for Advanced CryoEM)

Enabling Volume Electron Microscopy: Building a Global Community and Resources

Advancing Imaging Through Collaborative Projects

to accelerate the adoption of volume electron microscopy technology in the scientific community by building effective resources, expanding the global community, and emphasizing outreach and dissemination

Kirk Czymmek

Donald Danforth Plant Science Center

Michele Darrow

Rosalind Franklin Institute

Paul Verkade

University of Bristol

Jemima Burden

University College London

Georgina Fletcher

The Royal Microscopical Society

Alice Liang

New York University Langone Health

Martyn Winn

Science and Technology Facilities Council

Anwen Bullen

University College London

Leandro Lemgruber Soares

University of Glasgow

Raffaella Carzaniga

Francis Crick Institute

Chris Peddie

Francis Crick Institute

Enhancing the Role of a Microscopy Core Facility to Catalyze Biomedical Research

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Michelle S. Itano, PhD

University of North Carolina (UNC) Chapel Hill (UNC Neuroscience Microscopy Core)

Expanding Access to Advanced Bioimaging Technology in Latin America

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will increase the Advanced Bioimaging Unit’s outreach to users in the region, programs for bioimaging adoption, and training with fellowships targeting trainers and users.

Leonel Malacrida, PhD

Andres Kamaid, PhD

Institut Pasteur de Montevideo

Expanding Access to Biomedical Imaging Infrastructure

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will enhance the competence and capacity of the Core Facility of Biomedical Imaging at the Medical Faculty of the University of Tartu and open it to external users from Baltic states.

Allen Kaasik, PhD

Expanding Access to Preclinical Imaging in Biomedical Research

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Emily Waters, PhD

Northwestern University (Center for Advanced Molecular Imaging)

Expanding Latin American Cryo-EM Biomedical Research

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will perform world-class research using software and hardware instrumentation at the CNPEM Cryo-EM imaging facility, while educating a new generation of scientists.

Marin van Heel, Prof Dr Ir

Rodrigo V. Portugal, PhD

Brazilian Center for Research in Energy and Materials (CNPEM)

Fast Mass Spectrometry Imaging for Immunohistochemistry

Advancing Imaging Through Collaborative Projects

to validate fast microscopy-based mass spectrometry imaging for immunohistochemistry and disseminate these technologies

Ian Anthony

Maastricht University

Sebastiaan Van Nuffel

Maastricht University

Bernd Bodenmiller

ETH Zurich

Neil Christensen

Pennsylvania State University

Yusheng Zhu

Pennsylvania State University

Jiafen Hu

Pennsylvania State College of Medicine

Fluorescence Nanoscopy in Bioimaging

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will expand regional and global access to nanoscopic bioimaging by facilitating access to advanced imaging infrastructure and knowledge in Latin America.

Mariano Buffone, PhD

Adán Guerrero, PhD

Laboratorio Nacional de Microscopía Avanzada, Instituto de Biotecnología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Hosting an Interdisciplinary Intercontinental Imaging Workshop

Advancing Imaging Through Collaborative Projects

to run an interdisciplinary imaging workshop and deliver a two-week training program in microscopy and biomedical imaging with inclusion from various geographical regions

Antje Keppler

European Molecular Biology Laboratory

Caron Jacobs

University of Cape Town

Richard Cole

Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities

Michael Reiche

University of Cape Town

Mahmoud Maina

Yobe State University

Naira Ayvazyan

Orbeli Institute of Physiology of the National Academy of Sciences of RA

Udunna Anazodo

McGill University

Johanna Bischof

Euro-BioImaging

Christopher Wood

The National Autonomous University of Mexico

Improving scikit-image and the Scientific Python Ecosystem for Bioimaging

Imaging Software Fellows

Juan Nunez-Iglesias

Monash University

Innovating Image Analysis Services with Computer Science Expertise

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Anthony Santella, PhD

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Innovating New Imaging Technologies and Catalyzing Collaborations

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Abhishek Kumar, PhD

Marine Biological Laboratory (Eugene Bell Center for Regenerative Biology and Tissue Engineering)

Kinetic Modelling and Analysis of Total-Body PET Imaging Datasets

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Adriana Tavares, PhD

The University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh Preclinical Imaging)

Latin American Hub for Bioimaging Through Open Hardware

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will train Latin American researchers in the use of low-cost, open source bioimaging hardware through workshops, seminars, networking and online resources adapted to local needs and languages.

Tobias Wenzel, PhD

Pablo Irarrazaval, PhD

Institute for Biological and Medical Engineering

Vicente Parot, PhD

Institute for Biological and Medical Engineering

Lattice Light Sheet Microscopy of Living Cells

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Brandon Scott, PhD

South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, SDSMT (BioSystems Networks & Translational Research, BioSNTR)

Making Novel Microscopy Technologies Accessible

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Nico Stuurman, PhD

University of California, San Francisco (Center for Advanced Light Microscopy)

Microscopy Tools for Automation and Feedback

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Robert Hauschild, PhD

Institute of Science and Technology Austria (BioImaging Facility)

Miniaturized 2-Photon Microscope Imaging Validation and Dissemination

Advancing Imaging Through Collaborative Projects

to validate a novel, portable 2-photon miniscope for calcium imaging in five labs using it for different purposes in different species, brain areas and cell types, and to disseminate it to new users

Edvard Moser

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Tobias Bonhoeffer

Max Planck Institute for Biological Intelligence

Tobias Rose

University of Bonn

Catherine Dulac

Harvard University

Tommaso Fellin

Italian Institute of Technology

Manfred Gahr

Max Planck Institute for Biological Intelligence

Molecular Diagnosis of Brain Tumors with Stimulated Raman Histology

Advancing Imaging Through Collaborative Projects

to create a collaborative and international Stimulated Raman Histology (SRH) imaging ecosystem for rapid and scalable molecular diagnosis of brain tumors

Todd Hollon

University of Michigan

Daniel Orringer

New York University

Shawn Hervery-Jumper

University of California, San Francisco

Michael Ivan

University of Miami

Voker Neuschmelting

University Hospital Cologne

Chris Freudiger

Invenio Imaging, Inc.

Honglak Lee

University of Michigan

Jakob Straehle

University Hospital Freiburg

Next-Gen Computational Tools for Collaborative and Quantitative Neuroimaging

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Ryan Cabeen, PhD

University of Southern California (Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute)

Open Dissemination of Novel Imaging Tools for the Research Community

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Uri Manor, PhD

Salk Institute for Biological Studies (Waitt Advanced Biophotonics Core)

openScopes Africa: Locally Accessible Microscopy and Training

Advancing Imaging Through Collaborative Projects

to increase access to light microscopy for African scientists through low-cost, modular open-source instruments and training, enabling microscopy users to configure and maintain their own instruments

Paul French

Imperial College London

Sunil Kumar

Imperial College London

Christopher Dunsby

Imperial College London

Caron Jacobs

University of Cape Town

Michael Reiche

University of Cape Town

Digby Warner

University of Cape Town

Optical Imaging with Light Sheet Microscopy

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Holly Gibbs, PhD

Texas A&M University (Microscopy and Imaging Center)

Optimizing Imaging Protocols and Software for Live Animal Imaging

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Douglas J. Rowland, PhD

University of California, Davis (Center for Molecular and Genomic Imaging)

Providing Imaging Expertise and Training for Researchers

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Caroline Magnain, PhD

Massachusetts General Hospital (Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging)

Recruiting Imaging Scientists for Cryotomogram Machine Learning Interpretation

Advancing Imaging Through Collaborative Projects

to expand the number of scientists working on image AI for cryotomography, incorporate new ideas from the broader image AI community, and provide software and annotated datasets for the cryo-ET community

Gus Hart

Brigham Young University

Grant Jensen

Brigham Young University

Bryan Morse

Brigham Young University

Society for Knowledge Exchange in BioImage Analysis

Advancing Imaging Through Collaborative Projects

to secure the sustainability of the Network of European Bioimage Analysts, establish strong connections to similar initiatives, and share knowledge about state-of-the-art bioimage analysis tools and methods

Robert Haase

DFG Cluster of Excellence "Physics of Life", TU Dresden

Kota Miura

University of Gothenburg

Christian Tischer

EMBL Heidelberg

Florian Levet

Interdisciplinary Institute for Neuroscience

Paula Maria Sampaio Fonseca

University of Porto

Clara Prats

University of Copenhagen

Julia Fernandez-Rodriguez

University of Gothenburg

Rocco D’Antuono

Francis Crick Institute

Simon F. Nørrelykke

Harvard Medical School

Elnaz Fazeli

University of Helsinki

Beth Cimini

Broad Institute

Strengthening MRI Education & Research in African Countries

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will provide researchers and clinicians in Africa the requisite technical support to accelerate and advance Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) education, research and clinical translation.

Godwin Ogbole, MD

University of Ibadan

Johnes Obungoloch, PhD

Mbarara University of Science and Technology

Edward Nganga, MBChB, MMed

Aga Khan University

Udunna C. Anazodo, PhD

Western University

Supporting Image Analysis and Computational Infrastructure

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Christian Tischer, PhD

European Molecular Biology Laboratory (Advanced Light Microscopy Facility)

Supporting ImageJ and Fiji and Expanding its Contributors

Imaging Software Fellows

Curtis T. Rueden

University of Wisconsin, Madison

Supporting the Open-Source CellProfiler Codebase

Imaging Software Fellows

Allen Goodman

Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

Training and Mentoring Imaging Scientists and Building Imaging Communities

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Claire Brown, PhD

McGill University (Advanced BioImaging Facility)

Training in Cryo-EM for Southern Africa

Expanding Global Access to Bioimaging

This team will run a series of hands-on and remote workshops to increase the use of cryo-EM in the Southern Africa region.

Jeremy Woodward, PhD

University of Cape Town

Robert Knutsen, PhD

University of Cape Town

Mohamed Jaffer, PhD

University of Cape Town

Unlocking New Biological Research with Modular and Shareable “Flamingo” Light Sheet Microscopes

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 1)

Michael Weber, PhD

Morgridge Institute for Research, in affiliation with the University of Wisconsin-Madison (Flamingo Project)

Widening the Lens: Illuminating Talent with Immersive Microscopy Education

Imaging Scientists (Cycle 2)

Bryan Millis, PhD

Vanderbilt University (Cell Imaging Shared Resource and the Vanderbilt Biophotonics Center)