PhD course in Correlative light and electron microscopy

This course is a hands-on methods course in advanced techniques for light and electron microscopy used in modern biomedical research.

In the course you will be taught modern methods and techniques using correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM) as research tools. This includes methods for pretreatment, fixation, and preparation of cells and tissues for CLEM , the theoretical basis for transmission and scanning EM and confocal microscopy, and relevant methods for image analysis.

The course is supported by the Digital Life Norway Research School and travel and accommodation is free for our members if you apply for a travel grant.

More information about the course will be made available at a later stage.


Peter McCourt, 

Published May 6, 2021 10:48 AM - Last modified May 6, 2021 10:48 AM