A light microscopy workbench at the Crick.

Image and data analysis for translation

Join a mix of researchers from academia and biotech who are aiming to build pipelines to extract data from images for potential translational applications.

Organised by the Stem Cell Hotel with the Nikon Imaging Centre and Crick's Advanced Light Microscopy and High Throughput Screening facilities.

Kick start your September by getting the brightest exposure to light microscopy and discussing image analysis bottlenecks and solutions, infrastructure and workflows, data integration and artificial intelligence with a focus on translational research towards platforms for regenerative medicine and drug discovery.

We are passionate about bridging gaps and engaging the different scientific communities involved. Feel free to bring your laptop along as there is a hot-desking area (with power sockets) to showcase your solutions or describe your current bottlenecks. For questions about the what will available on the day, contact Callum Arthurs.

You will also have the chance on the day to book a visit to the Stem Cell Hotel on either 6 September or 4 October.