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June 3-4, 2020

Cell & Developmental Biology Virtual Meeting

We are pleased to announce the first Cell and Developmental Biology Virtual Meeting on June 3 and 4, 2020. This virtual event will facilitate collaboration allowing you to interact with your peers and gain insights from industry experts from home at no cost. Moreover, the meeting will provide an opportunity to discuss recent discoveries in biological research, advancements in techniques, and introduce useful tools to achieve your research goals. This scientific event will feature keynote speakers including Claire Brown and Helder Maiato.

Join the Cell and Developmental Biology Virtual Event to:

  • View webinars and posters—by scientists, for scientists.
  • Access a wide selection of resources such as white papers, application notes, technical handbooks, product demo videos, and product selection guides.
  • Connect with our application specialists to get tips and tricks, and advice on overcoming challenges in your research.
  • Visit booths to learn more about solutions for your application.
  • Connect with your peers in discussions and present your work.

Call for Posters — Virtual poster sessions offer the opportunity to present data to a global audience via a PDF poster & video summary and discuss results with interested colleagues via chat or email. Plan now to have your poster included in the Virtual Event. Submit your abstract here.

Submission and attendance of the virtual event is free.

Certificate — You will also be able to gain a certificate of attendance for this event.

This virtual event will remain open through June of 2021. This event is hosted by Andor and Imaris.


Speakers
  • Associate Professor & Director, Advanced BioImaging Facility, McGill University, Montreal
  • Department Chair, Department of Integrative Biology, University of Wisconsin
  • Chromosome Instability & Dynamics, I3S- Universidade do Porto, Portugal Principal Researcher
  • Stonybrook University, Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology PhD Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology
  • Division of Biological Sciences, University of Missouri Columbia MO
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering, Michigan State University
  • N. Gautam lab. - Department of Anesthesiology, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO
  • Research associate at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
  • 4th Year Graduate Student Bergstralh Lab, Department of Biology, University of Rochester
  • The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
  • Field Sales Manager, CoolLED
  • University College London and Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência
  • Product Manager, Life Sciences, Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis
  • Confocal Applications Scientist
  • Staff Scientist, Advanced Optical Microscopy Facility (AOMF), University Health Network, Toronto, Canada
  • Head of Advanced Imaging at Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia - Oeiras, Portugal, Professor of Bioimaging, Faculty of Science, University of Lisbon
  • Raff lab, Dunn School of Pathology - Oxford University
  • Professor, Departments of Chemistry and Physics, McGill University
  • Professor, Department of Cell and Tissue Biology, University of California, San Francisco
  • Staff Researcher, Department of Physiology, Kanazawa University

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Speakers

  • KEYNOTE: Claire Brown, PhD
    Associate Professor & Director, Advanced BioImaging Facility, McGill University, Montreal
    Biography
      I have been working in the field of quantitative bioimaging for over 25 years. My research has focused on applying biophysical techniques to fluorescence microscopy images to extract quantitative data measuring protein distributions, dynamics and interactions. I have applied these techniques to study proteins that regulate cell adhesion and migration to understand how migration is regulated at the molecular level in normal and diseased cellular systems. My research has also focused on optimizing live cell imaging to minimize phototoxicity and ensure the collection of high-fidelity data that is free of light induced artifacts. Quality control and standards for quantitative light microscopy have also been an important area of research. For 15 years, I have been directing the Advanced BioImaging Facility (ABIF) and developing and implementing active learning courses and workshops in fundamental and advanced light microscopy. In 2016, I also took over management of the Cell Imaging and Analysis Network (CIAN) light and the Cystic Fibrosis Translation Research Centre (CFTRc) light microscopes. Overall, I manage 18 research microscopes and a team of staff who provide high quality training and support for these advanced technologies.
    • KEYNOTE: Jeff Hardin, PhD
      Department Chair, Department of Integrative Biology, University of Wisconsin
      Biography
        Jeff Hardin is the Raymond E. Keller Professor and Chair of the Department of Integrative Biology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He received his B.S. in Zoology and B.A. in German from Michigan State University, and his Ph.D. in Biophysics at the University of California-Berkeley. After postdoctoral work at Duke University, Jeff joined the Zoology Department (now the Department of Integrative Biology) at UW in 1991. Jeff's group was at the forefront of developing tools for digital 4d and two-photon microscopy in living embryos. His group's current research focuses on cell-cell adhesion and cell movement in early embryos, using C. elegans as a model system. Jeff is also a nationally recognized educator and textbook author. His text, The World of the Cell, is a widely used undergraduate cell biology text.
      • KEYNOTE: Helder Maiato, PhD
        Chromosome Instability & Dynamics, I3S- Universidade do Porto, Portugal Principal Researcher
        Biography
          Helder Maiato graduated in Biochemistry and holds a PhD in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Porto. He was a visiting PhD student at the University of Edinburgh (UK) and a Post-doctoral Research Affiliate at the New York State Department of Health (USA). At present, he is Coordinating Investigator at the Institute for Research and Innovation in Health (i3S) and Invited Auxiliary Professor (w/ Habilitation) at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto. He authored more than 100 scientific publications and has been invited to give seminars in more than 20 different countries, including major conferences in the field. His main research interest is the spatiotemporal control of chromosome segregation during cell division and has been the coordinator of two projects (Starting+Consolidator) from the European Research Council. Between 2012-2015 he served as National Counsellor for Science and Technology to the Portuguese Prime Minister. In 2015 he was honoured with the Young Investigator Award from the Louis-Jeantet Foundation (among ERC awardees), was elected EMBO Member in 2016 and was recognized with the Excellence in Scientific Research Award by the University of Porto in 2019. Together with his wife (a child psychologist), they founded Yscience (www.yscience.pt), a pilot project that brings together scientists to promote science education and the scientific method in young children.
        • Rebecca Adikes, PhD
          Stonybrook University, Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology PhD Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology
        • Vakil Ahmad
          Division of Biological Sciences, University of Missouri Columbia MO
          Biography
            Vakil Ahmad is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the laboratory of Dr Yves Chabu at the University of Missouri. He is keenly interested in exploring growth control mechanisms during development and disease using Drosophila. He lives in Columbia MO with his wife and three children. His eldest daughter thinks that he cares more about flies than his children.
          • Ripla Arora, PhD
            Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering, Michigan State University
            Biography
              Ripla Arora is an assistant professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology within the College of Human Medicine and is the Chief of the Division of Developmental and Stem Cell Biology in the Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering. Her research focuses on embryo uterine interactions at the time of implantation and uterine development. Dr. Arora received her Bachelors and Masters degree in Biochemistry from the University of Delhi, India. She went on to receive her PhD degree in Genetics and Development from Columbia University, New York where she studied the role of T-box transcription factors in vascular morphogenesis of the allantois (umbilical precursor) and epithelial branching in the lung. She completed her postdoctoral work in the Department of Obstetrics Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at University of California, San Francisco where she developed novel 3D imaging and quantitative modeling of the murine uterus during preimplantation stages and the cycling human endometrium.
            • Jean A. Castillo-Badillo, PhD
              N. Gautam lab. - Department of Anesthesiology, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO
              Biography
                Jean graduated as a Biotechnology Engineer from Instituto Politecnico Nacional in Mexico. He then received a PhD in Biochemistry from Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, where he worked with GPCRs and signal transduction. Currently, Jean is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Gautam lab in Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. He is using subcellular optogenetic tools to study processes like cell migration and cytokinesis.
              • Rajarshi Chakrabarti, PhD
                Research associate at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
                Biography
                  Dr Rajarshi Chakrabarti is a research associate at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, working as a postdoctoral scientist in the lab of Professor Henry Higgs. Dr Chakrabarti completed his BS in Zoology and MS in Biophysics & Molecular Biology from University of Calcutta. Dr. Chakrabarti then finished his PhD in biochemistry in 2015, where he studied spatio-temporal regulation and function of lipid kinases and in the nucleus. In 2015, Dr. Chakrabarti joined Professor Higgs lab as a postdoctoral scientist where became interested in mechanisms of mitochondrial dynamics, more specifically in analysing how actin filaments regulate mitochondria dynamics. For the last four years at Dartmouth, Dr. Chakrabarti has made valuable contributions in the field of mitochondria dynamics and has worked to uncover the cellular and molecular mechanisms of actin regulated mitochondrial dynamics. The results of his work were published in 10 papers in high impact journals, were Dr Rajarshi Chakrabarti has been co-author, main author and even corresponding author.
                • Nicole Dawney
                  4th Year Graduate Student Bergstralh Lab, Department of Biology, University of Rochester
                • Caleb Dawson, PhD
                  The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
                  Biography
                    Caleb studied science at the University of Melbourne before doing his honours year at The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute on platelet biogenesis with Dr. Samir Taoudi. He recently completed his PhD in the breast cancer laboratory at WEHI with Jane Visvader, Anne Rios and Geoff Lindeman. Here he used 3D and intravital imaging to investigate stem cell behaviour during mammary gland development and immune regulation of tissue remodelling and tumorigenesis. Caleb is currently continuing this work while exploring opportunities for future postdoctoral work in Melbourne.
                  • Christopher Deeks
                    Field Sales Manager, CoolLED
                    Biography
                      Christopher graduated with a bachelor's degree in Physics from the University of Leicester, UK in 2010. After graduating Christopher worked for Thermo Fisher Scientific with their surface analysis instrumentation, firstly as a Test and Installation Engineer and then moving onto become an Applications Scientist, working predominantly in the materials science industry supporting customers around the globe. In 2018 he moved to CoolLED as a Field Sales Manager working with customers across the UK, Ireland and India and supporting them with their fluorescence microscopy needs. Christopher travels regularly to visit customers in these areas as well as attending conferences and meetings worldwide.
                    • Ricardo Henriques
                      University College London and Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência
                    • Louise Hughes
                      Product Manager, Life Sciences, Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis
                      Biography
                        Louise is the Product Manager for Life Sciences at Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis. Louise specialises in 3D electron microscopy, optimising biological EM sample preparation, methodology and imaging techniques across a wide range of sample types. Most recently her work involves the application of EDS to the analysis of biological samples.
                      • Kalpana Iyengar, PhD
                        Confocal Applications Scientist
                        Biography
                          Kalpana received her Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Georgetown University. Her thesis work involved the study of drug resistance in malaria. She is no stranger to the "dark room" as she used spinning-disk confocal microscopy heavily in her research. She joined Andor in September, 2019 and is excited to share her love of microscopy with others.
                        • James Jonkman
                          Staff Scientist, Advanced Optical Microscopy Facility (AOMF), University Health Network, Toronto, Canada
                          Biography
                            James is a Staff Scientist and Manager of the Advanced Optical Microscopy Facility (AOMF), Canada's largest optical microscopy facility, at University Health Network, Toronto, Canada. With over 40 instruments at 4 sites, he and his team at the AOMF help nearly 500 users per year with every manner of optical microscopy, from basic fluorescence and brightfield acquisition to advanced techniques such as Super-resolution, FRAP, FRET, and 3D analysis. James is particularly passionate about teaching and training users. He has been running week-long optical microscopy courses in the AOMF for 14 years, has co-authored several book chapters and review articles, presented at numerous conferences and webinars, and has helped as an organizer and instructor for the Montreal Light Microscopy Course (MLMC). James was also the co-president of the Canadian Cytometry and Microscopy Association (CCMA) from 2014-2017.
                          • Gabriel Martins
                            Head of Advanced Imaging at Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia - Oeiras, Portugal, Professor of Bioimaging, Faculty of Science, University of Lisbon
                          • Alan Wainman
                            Raff lab, Dunn School of Pathology - Oxford University
                            Biography
                              Alan did his undergraduate degree at the University Cambridge (1996-1999) and was a PhD. student with David Glover (2000-2004). He then worked as a Post-doc for Maurizio Gatti (Rome) and James Wakefield (Oxford) before joining the Raff lab in Oct 2009. He also looks after the light microscopes in the Dunn School Bioimaging Facility as part of Oxford Micron.
                            • Paul Wiseman, PhD
                              Professor, Departments of Chemistry and Physics, McGill University
                              Biography
                                Paul Wiseman obtained his B.Sc. (Honours) from St. Francis Xavier University in 1989 and Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Western Ontario in 1995 where he held a NSERC postgraduate research fellowship. Afterwards he was awarded a Japan Society for the Promotion of Science postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Tokyo and Nagoya University (with Prof. Akihiro Kusumi), and later became a LJIS interdisciplinary postdoctoral research fellow at the University of California, San Diego (with Prof. Kent Wilson). In 2001, Paul started as an assistant professor jointly appointed in the Departments of Chemistry and Physics at McGill University, was promoted to associate professor in both departments in 2007, and to full professor in 2013. His research focuses on biophysics measurements of protein interactions and transport in living cells and neurons. Wiseman has published a total of 92 peer reviewed publications since starting at McGill University in 2001 including 2 journal cover articles and 7 Faculty of 1000 Biology Selections and 2 New and Notable citations for Biophysical Journal. He was awarded the Young Fluorescence Investigator award in 2005 by the Biophysical Society and the 2009 Keith Laidler Award in Physical Chemistry by the CSC. In 2007 he was awarded the Yaffe Teaching Award and the Principal's Prize for Teaching by McGill as well as the J.D. Jackson Teaching Award in Physics in 2012. He was named was named one of the inaugural Fessenden Professors in Science Innovation at McGill based on work involving nonlinear optical detection of malaria infection (2008-2011). In 2012 Wiseman was named the Otto Maass Chair in Chemistry at McGill University. He was awarded the Fulbright Visiting Chair in Nanoscience at UCLA for 2015. His research involves combining nonlinear optical microscopy, correlation spectroscopy and nanoscience for studying transport dynamics of macromolecules and their interactions in living cells and neurons as well as tissue structure and dynamics along with recent work on detection of malaria parasites in blood via nonlinear optical methods. His group develops fluorescence fluctuation and wavelet methods for quantitative analysis of microscopy and super-resolution images. Prof. Wiseman belongs to the following research groups Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR) Molecular Architecture of Life Program (Senior program fellow) McGill Center for molecular and cellular Biophysics (Full member; executive committee member) Centre for the Physics of Materials (McGill) Regroupement Québécois sur les Matériaux de Pointe (RQMP) (Quebec) (Full member) Cystic Fibrosis Translational Research Centre (CFTRc) (Associate member) Biophotonics Program University of Laval (Quebec City) (Adjunct member)
                              • Torsten Wittmann
                                Professor, Department of Cell and Tissue Biology, University of California, San Francisco
                                Biography
                                  Torsten Wittmann received his PhD from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg in 1999 where he worked on mechanisms of mitotic spindle assembly. After postdoctoral research to gain experience in quantitative microscopy, he started his own research group at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) in 2006. His NIH-funded research integrates cell biology with quantitative microscopy and optogenetics to decipher mechanisms by which the cytoskeleton directs cell dynamics and morphogenesis. Current projects focus on microtubule functions in developing neurons. His lab pioneered technological advances in spinning disk confocal microscopy and his award-winning photomicrographs have decorated museums and parking garages.
                                • Kazuaki Yoshioka, PhD
                                  Staff Researcher, Department of Physiology, Kanazawa University
                                  Biography
                                    Dr Kazuaki Yoshioka is a staff researcher at Department of Physiology (Prof. Yoh Takuwa's Lab.), Kanazawa University Graduate School of Medical Science, in Japan. Dr Kazuaki Yoshioka did his PhD at Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology in the lab of Prof. Hideaki Matsuoka. Further, he undertook a postdoctoral researcher role at Bioanalytical Systems Inc. (BASi) in the USA; he then moved for a second postdoctoral researcher position at Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science. Currently, Dr Yoshioka research focus is in the field of vesicle trafficking. Dr Yoshioka aims to understand the roles of PI3 kinases in vesicle trafficking, as well as their importance in normal homeostasis and disease. Dr Yoshioka, has an outstanding publication track record, with an H-index of 27 given from 57 publications in the web of science that were cited 1862 times. Following Dr Yoshioka interesting work on vesicle trafficking, we wanted to understand what motivates his vesicle trafficking research and what are the challenges that he needs to overcome to be able to answer his research questions. Here, we present an interview on Dr. Yoshioka's recent challenges and discoveries.
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                                  • Lipoma Preferred Partner (LPP) Regulates Breast Cancer Cell Migration and Invasion
                                    JUN 04, 2020 2:00 PM EDT
                                    Lipoma Preferred Partner (LPP) Regulates Breast Cancer Cell Migration and Invasion
                                    KEYNOTE: Claire Brown, PhD
                                    Associate Professor & Director, Advanced BioImaging Facility, McGill University, Montreal
                                  • Using multimodal live imaging to study directed cell rearrangement during development
                                    JUN 03, 2020 3:00 PM EDT
                                    Using multimodal live imaging to study directed cell rearrangement during development
                                    KEYNOTE: Jeff Hardin, PhD
                                    Department Chair, Department of Integrative Biology, University of Wisconsin
                                  • A Mitotic Error Code
                                    JUN 03, 2020 11:00 AM CEST
                                    A Mitotic Error Code
                                    KEYNOTE: Helder Maiato, PhD
                                    Chromosome Instability & Dynamics, I3S- Universidade do Porto, Portugal Principal Researcher
                                  • ALAn: A Tool for Automated Analysis of Epithelial Layer Architecture
                                    ALAn: A Tool for Automated Analysis of Epithelial Layer Architecture
                                    Nicole Dawney
                                    4th Year Graduate Student Bergstralh Lab, Department of Biology, University of Rochester
                                  • Cell Cycle Regulation of Morphogenetic Processes during Development
                                    Cell Cycle Regulation of Morphogenetic Processes during Development
                                    Rebecca Adikes, PhD
                                    Stonybrook University, Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology PhD Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology
                                  • Democratising Live-Cell Super-Resolution Microscopy Enabled by Open-Source Analytics
                                    Democratising Live-Cell Super-Resolution Microscopy Enabled by Open-Source Analytics
                                    Ricardo Henriques
                                    University College London and Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência
                                  • Dragonfly Multi-Modal Confocal Demonstration
                                    Dragonfly Multi-Modal Confocal Demonstration
                                    Kalpana Iyengar, PhD
                                    Confocal Applications Scientist
                                  • Insights from Imaging the Implanting Embryo and the Uterine Environment in Three Dimensions
                                    Insights from Imaging the Implanting Embryo and the Uterine Environment in Three Dimensions
                                    Ripla Arora, PhD
                                    Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering, Michigan State University
                                  • LED Illumination in Life Science Research
                                    LED Illumination in Life Science Research
                                    Christopher Deeks
                                    Field Sales Manager, CoolLED
                                  • Local and Acute Optogenetic Control of Microtubule Dynamics in Live Cells
                                    Local and Acute Optogenetic Control of Microtubule Dynamics in Live Cells
                                    Torsten Wittmann
                                    Professor, Department of Cell and Tissue Biology, University of California, San Francisco
                                  • Mining the molecular noise: fluorescence fluctuation image analysis of microscopy and super-resolution microscopy images reveals biomolecule interactions & transport maps in living cells
                                    Mining the molecular noise: fluorescence fluctuation image analysis of microscopy and super-resolution microscopy images reveals biomolecule interactions & transport maps in living cells
                                    Paul Wiseman, PhD
                                    Professor, Departments of Chemistry and Physics, McGill University
                                  • Multi-colour biological electron microscopy using EDS
                                    Multi-colour biological electron microscopy using EDS
                                    Louise Hughes
                                    Product Manager, Life Sciences, Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis
                                  • OPT-ical Tomography for Developmental Biologists
                                    OPT-ical Tomography for Developmental Biologists
                                    Gabriel Martins
                                    Head of Advanced Imaging at Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia - Oeiras, Portugal, Professor of Bioimaging, Faculty of Science, University of Lisbon
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                                    Sas- 6/Ana2 Particles (SAPs) as a new model to probe the pathway of centriole and centrosome assembly
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                                  • Syd/JIP3 Controls Tissue Size by Regulating Diap1 Turnover Downstream of Yorkie/YA
                                    Syd/JIP3 Controls Tissue Size by Regulating Diap1 Turnover Downstream of Yorkie/YA
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                                  • The Quagmire of Quantitative Confocal Microscopy
                                    The Quagmire of Quantitative Confocal Microscopy
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                                  • Uncovering Mammary Gland-Resident Macrophages by 3D and Intravital Imaging
                                    Uncovering Mammary Gland-Resident Macrophages by 3D and Intravital Imaging
                                    Caleb Dawson, PhD
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                                  POSTER SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

                                  Virtual poster sessions offer the opportunity to present data to a global audience via a PDF poster and discuss results with interested colleagues through email. Posters should be submitted as a PowerPoint file. Presentations should incorporate illustrative materials such as tables, graphs, photographs, and large-print text. This content is not peer-reviewed. Submission is free.


                                  SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT

                                  Enter the following information to this Submission Form:

                                  • Your Name
                                  • Your Email
                                  • Your Institution
                                  • Your Area of Research
                                  • Your Poster Title
                                  • Abstract describing the poster


                                  All submitted abstracts will be reviewed and decisions regarding acceptance will be made as abstracts are received. You will be notified within one week of receipt of acceptance. Further details and registration materials will be provided at that time. You do not have to be present in order to have a poster displayed. Only those abstracts approved by Andor may display posters at this event.

                                   

                                  Poster Submission closes on Monday, June 1st at 5:00PM CEST

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                                  The world’s leading Interactive Microscopy Image Analysis software company, actively shaping the way microscopic images are processed through constant innovation and a clear focus on 3D and 4D imaging. Serving customers in all parts of the world, our team is dedicated to building fast, stable and intuitive products.

                                   

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