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Symposium / Soft Matter and Biophysics : "Physical Chemistry of the Cell 2017"
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Over the recent years, intensive research on the chemistry of probes, biomedical optics and innovative instrumentation have brought tremendous progress in cell imaging and microscopy. These advances open new strategies for the understanding of biological functions and pathologies at the molecular scale, with a major impact on drug discovery, therapeutic innovation and biotechnology. After its successful first edition held in 2015, the international symposium PhysChemCell 2017 will gather an inte

 Export to Your Calendar 15/11/2017 to 17/11/2017
When: 15/11/2017
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Batiment des Colloques
Bat 338, Faculté des Sciences
Orsay, FR -  91140
France
Contact: Fabienne Mérola

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Over the recent years, intensive research on the chemistry of probes, biomedical optics and innovative instrumentation have brought tremendous progress in cell imaging and microscopy. These advances open new strategies for the understanding of biological functions and pathologies at the molecular scale, with a major impact on drug discovery, therapeutic innovation and biotechnology. After its successful  first edition held in 2015, the international symposium PhysChemCell 2017 will gather an interdisciplinary community (biologists, clinicians, chemists, physicists) within the Paris Saclay area and beyond, working on advanced analytical cell and tissue imaging, from the single cell to the living organism.

 

Registrations are now open for the symposium "Physical Chemistry of the Cell 2017", to be held in Orsay, France from November 15th to November 17th, 2017. Majors topics of the meeting will be:


• New probes and labelling strategies
• New imaging modalities and biosensors
• Super-resolved quantification and sensing 
• Optogenetic, theranostic, and multimodal agents
• Histopathology and pre-clinical imaging
In-vivo, non-linear and photoacoustic imaging

Confirmed plenary speakers :


Luke
LAVIS  (Janelia Research Campus, Ashburn)
• Franck RIQUET  (University of Ghent)
Peter DEDECKER  (KU Leuven)
Francesco PAVONE  (University of Florence)
Matthia KARREMAN  (DKFZ, Heidelberg)

There are still a few slots open for oral contributions (DL October 23rd), and abstracts are welcome until November 6th, 2017. Please send your proposals, preferably in the form of a short A4 abstract, to the conference contact. Further information about the conference can be found at the web page. The conference flyer may be downloaded here.

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