Application for two (2) international Image analysis courses open now. 

Published Thursday, April 26th, 2018

GBI-ABiS International Training Course for Bioimage Analysis, Okinawa, Japan

October 31 – November 4, 2018, Application deadline : May 31st, 2018

This course will focus on computational methods for analysing cellular images and extracting quantitative data from them. The aim of this course is to familiarise the participants with computational image analysis methodologies, and to provide hands-on training in running quantitative analysis pipelines. Young investigators, such as Ph.D. students and postdoc, as well as assistant professors and imaging facilities technical staff are encouraged to apply. A limited number of travel grants will be awarded to applicants selected on the basis of their qualifications and fitness to the purpose of the course. Read more here.


Neubias Image Analysis course for Early Career Investigators and Core Facility Staff, Edinburg, UK

16-19th October 2018, Application deadline: May 11th, 2018

Target Audience: Early career investigators

With this training school are are trying to reach especially early career investigators, typically PhD students, Post-docs, faculty staff or research scientists who are already well into image acquisition and have started handling and analyzing those images, and who have a critical critical need for analysing bioimages in order to pursue their research goals. Although no specific level in Image Analysis knowledge is required, the adequacy of the research project to the course content will be a major selection criterion. Read more here.

Target Audience: Facility Staff

This course is designed for staff scientists, graduate students, Post-docs and Faculty, who work in the context of bioimaging facilities and provide assistance to users in need of image data analysis. We expect some experience in handling image data, and some level of familiarity with imageJ/FIJI or equivalent IA software; this course is not appropriate for complete beginners. Very basic programming knowledge is a plus, but not a requirement. Applicants are required to write a letter of motivation, fill a form to assess their level of proficiency and interests, and include a mini-project with goals for the course. Read more here.


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