Neuroimaging Course

Advanced Neuroimaging Techniques

February 5 – 17, 2024

This is an intensive and comprehensive laboratory-oriented course focusing on applying imaging techniques to neuroscience research. The objective of this imaging course is to gain exposure to modern imaging tools, from the principles of optics to applications in modern neuroscience.

This course is intended for anyone interested in using imaging in their neuroscience research, including graduate students, postdoctoral or clinical researchers, and early-career independent investigators. The course has been formatted to include lectures in the morning and laboratory sections in the afternoon and evening. Students will rotate through all laboratory sections and focus on one section (and one optional section) for the remainder of the course.

Laboratory Sections

  • Holographic photostimulation and imaging of neuronal populations in vivo
    Ian Oldenburg, Nino Mancini, and Salil Bidaye
  • Long wavelength, 3-photon microscopy for in vivo deep brain imaging
    Arani Roy
  • Neural imaging in unrestrained animals
    Kuan Hong Wang 
  • Super-resolution microscopy with DNA PAINT
    Vidhya Rangaraju and Chao Sun 
  • STED super-resolution microscopy
    Nicolai Urban  
  • Two-Photon Fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM) and fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET)
    Ryohei Yasuda 
  • Simultaneous imaging of neuronal voltage and intracellular signaling
    Ahmed Abdelfattah 
  • Multicolor functional imaging with miniature microscopy
    Mary Phillips 
  • In vivo multiphoton imaging of structural plasticity in the mouse brain
    Yi Zuo
  • Correlative light and electron microscopy, Freeze fracture replica immunogold labeling
    Naomi Kamasawa 


Course Organizers

Paul Evans
Head of Training and Government Affairs

Ryan Swindlehurst
Head of Events


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