Session

03.09.2019     16:00–18:00

Title:
Life sciences 3
Imaging of large volumes
Type:
Parallel session LS
Room:

Volume Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) gathers techniques of growing importance in the field of biomedical imaging, as they offer subcellular resolution on a large range of sample scales, from cells to organisms and tissues. This session will illustrate the diversity of methods and applications of the current volume SEM modalities, namely array tomography (AT), serial block face SEM (SBEM) and focused ion beam SEM (FIBSEM) highlighting their shared and specific challenges linked to the sample preparation, imaging and data analysis.

03.09.2019
16:00–18:00

Title:
Life sciences 3
Imaging of large volumes
Type:
Parallel session LS
Room:

Volume Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) gathers techniques of growing importance in the field of biomedical imaging, as they offer subcellular resolution on a large range of sample scales, from cells to organisms and tissues. This session will illustrate the diversity of methods and applications of the current volume SEM modalities, namely array tomography (AT), serial block face SEM (SBEM) and focused ion beam SEM (FIBSEM) highlighting their shared and specific challenges linked to the sample preparation, imaging and data analysis.


16:00–16:30
LS3.001 invited Quantitative volumetric, numeric and spatial analysis of cells and organelles
Eija Jokitalo (Helsinki/FI)
Talk time: 25 + 5 min


16:30–17:00
LS3.002 invited Large volume CLEM to decipher intracellular niches
Jost Enninga (Paris/FR)
Talk time: 25 + 5 min


17:00–17:20
LS3.003 High-resolution volume EM imaging of myelin
Anna Steyer (Göttingen)
Talk time: 15 + 5 min


17:20–17:40
LS3.004 The megapinosome, 3D insights into a novel endocytotic structure with STEM tomography
Andrea Bauer (Ulm)
Talk time: 15 + 5 min


17:40–18:00
LS3.005 Large volume FIB-SEM tomography of neovascular tissue in the rat eye
Antje Biesemeier (Reutlingen)
Talk time: 15 + 5 min