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LS2.2: Applications and advances in High Content Imaging
Session co-organisers: Gabor Csucs, Rainer Pepperkok, Steve Briddon
High content imaging involves automated collection and analysis of images to provide quantitative data on a range of functional and morphological changes in cells. It has becoming widely used as a tool for, amongst other things, screening of drug candidates, fragments and RNAi.  This symposium welcomes contributions which cover advances in both image collection and analysis in high content imaging, as well as new applications for this approach.

Thursday 20th September PM
14:00 High-content screening and morphometric analysis in primary cells

Robin Ketteler (Invited) University College London, UK

14:30 Tools for tracking cell lineages coping with asymmetric and symmetric cell division and occult cell cycle routing

R.J Errington (Contributed) Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK

14:45 ProtocolNavigator - a virtual laboratory environment for encapsulating and visualizing practice variation in cell-based analysis

I.Khan (Contributed) Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, Cambridge MA, USA
15:00 Large area of interest 3D imaging of retinal pigment epithelium using image stitching of multiple structured illumination microscopy images

G.Best (Contributed) Dep. of Ophthalmology, University Hospital Heidelberg, Heigelberg, Germany
15:15 Combining atomic force microscopy and multiphoton autofluorescence microscopy to detect Aspergillus fumigatus biofilm: a step forward to develop a clinical tool

Alessandro Maiorana (Contributed) Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Rome, Italy

15:30 Intelligent Imaging for Systems Microscopy

Christian Conrad (Invited) EMBL, Germany