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Correlative microscopy in life and materials sciences

Data inizio: 06 Novembre 2017 - Data fine: 07 Novembre 2017
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6 - 7 Novembre 2017
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Alfatest è lieta di sponsorizzare quest'evento dedicato alla tecnica CLEM, innovativa tecnica microscopica che correla le varie caratteristiche della microscopia ottica e elettronica, massimizzando le potenziali applicazioni dei metodi morfologici e strutturali. La conferenza affronterà gli aspetti legati alla preparazione del campione, all'ottimizzazione delle immagini e all'analisi critica dei risultati sperimentali su diversi materiali.

Programma

Lunedi, 6 Novembre

08.30 Registrazione
09.00 Cerimonia di Apertura
Prof. Walter Ricciardi, ISS President
Dr. Patrizia Popoli, ISS, Director of National Center for Drug Research and Evaluation
Prof. Elisabetta Falcieri, SISM President
Dr. Stefania Meschini, ISS Scientific Coordinator of the event

I SESSIONE
09.30 Correlative microscopy: principles and application potential
Chairs: Marco Vittori, Elisabetta Falcieri
09.30 Keynote Lecture
Correlative light and electron microscopy in biology
Bruno M. Humbel
10.00 Applications for 3D characterization in the life sciences. Illumination correlative research using light, X-ray, and electron microscopy
Lars-Oliver Kautschor
10.20 Correlative imaging workflows across scales: a powerful approach for cell and tissue studies
Emine Korkmaz
10.40 Coffee break
11.10 Investigating cancer cell behaviour using correlative imaging by holographic microscopy and FIB-SEM tomography
Vratislav Kostal
11.30 An analytical journey from 4D live cell imaging to scanning electron microscopy.
Fast, reliable and trust worthy
Matteo Mariani
11.50 New solutions for correlative microscopy
Andy Yarwood
12.10 Preparation workflows for correlation microscopy
Frederic Leroux
12.30 3D holotomographic microscopy opens new era for label-free live cell imaging
Francesca Sbrana
12.50 Discussione
13.00 Pranzo

II SESSIONE
14.15 Correlative microscopy applications in materials sciences
Chairs: Amelia Montone, Roberto Balboni
14.15 Keynote Lecture
Correlative microscopy as a powerful tool for coupling structural compositional and functional properties
Edoardo Bemporad
14.45 A case study of correlative approach to 3D microscopy: the silicon nanowires
Luca Boarino
15.05 Curvature driven nanoparticles decoration of graphene membranes
Luca Ortolani
15.25 Evaluation of antimycotic activity of zinc oxide nanoparticles by correlative microscopy
Daniela Uccelletti
15.45 Selected Talks
16.05 Discussione

Martedì, 7 Novembre

I SESSIONE
09.00 Correlative microscopy applications in life sciences
Chairs: Agnese Molinari, Marco Crescenzi
09.00 Keynote Lecture
Correlative microscopy in biomedicine: from the slow beginning decades ago to the rapidly expanding leading edge of today
Alberto Luini
09.30 Correlative electron microscopy in modern bio-medical research
Roman Polishchuk
10.00 Compatibility of correlative light and electron microscopy with three-dimensional and quantitative analysis in biology
Alexandre A. Mironov
10.30 Correlative X-ray micro tomography and TEM microscopy on biological samples for the study of complex pathologies
Mauro Gemmi
10.50 Discussione
11.10 Coffee break

II SESSIONE
11.30 Correlative microscopy applications in life sciences
Chairs: Annarica Calcabrini, Annarita Stringaro
11.30 Keynote Lecture
The extraordinary microscope: multimodal and correlative approaches in nanomedicine
Alberto Diaspro
12.00 3D HDO-CLEM: cellular compartment analysis by correlative light-electron microscopy on cryosections
Katia Cortese
12.20 New tools and protocols for correlative microscopy application to biomedical research
Maura Francolini
12.40 Visualizing fluorochrome-labelled nanoparticles and fluorescent free molecules at transmission electron microscopy by diaminobenzidine photo-oxidation
Manuela Malatesta
13.00 Discussione e Chiusura
13.30 Pranzo

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