HREM workshop at the Division of Anatomy, Medical University of Vienna, 23-24 May 2019
HREM was the main imaging method used by the DMDD programme to enable phenotyping of embryos from genetically engineered mouse lines. Workshop tutors will include former members of the DMDD programme who developed and perfected the technique.
HREM can also be used to generate digital 3D volume data for a wide range of biological samples, analyse embryonic and adult tissue samples of various vertebrates and invertebrates, as well as samples from plants.
This international workshop will cover sample preparation, data generation and data analysis, as well as challenges, limitations and potential pitfalls.
The workshop is limited to 10 attendees, and will combine lectures, expert demonstrations and hands-on sessions. Attendees will be supervised working with HREM systems.
For the full workshop programme, enquiries, or to register, please contact Stefan Geyer at the Medical University of Vienna (firstname.lastname@example.org).
FURTHER INFORMATION ON HREM
DMDD is publicising this workshop to those who may be interested in developing their knowledge of the HREM technique and understanding its potential, but the workshop is not a part of the DMDD programme.