BioPIC 2013 is an international interdisciplinary conference bridging the Physical and Life Sciences in Imaging applications.The target audience ranges from research leaders who wish to shape bio-imaging in Europe to researchers developing new imaging techniques and those who will apply them. By bringing those with high impact biological problems to solve together with those developing sensing and imaging solutions BioPIC 2013 aims to stimulate the convergence on innovative solutions for discovery and treatment.
We are pleased to welcome our Keynote Speakers, Daniel Choquet - FRANCE, Filipe Barros - CHILE and Sergio Grinstein - CANADA.
"Join us for exciting state-of-the-art lectures and meet with experts in key imaging technologies underpinning EU Horizon 2020 and ESFRI."
International speakers include:
European Research Strategy & Training Networks in BioPhotonics & Imaging,
Advanced Light Microscopy and Optogenetics,
Laser Tissue Interactions, Non-invasive Imaging,
Novel Fluorescent Probes,
BioImaging & BioPhotonics for Diagnostics and Therapy,
Image Processing and Data Management.
For more information visit: www.nbipireland.ie/events
2013-03-25 - 2013-03-27
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