This zebrafish has been imaged using a new CT method, developed in Penn State College of Medicine’s research cores, with colors assigned to structures based on their depth within the fish.
The second annual Research Cores Symposium will feature lightning talks of eight to 10 minutes each from researchers who utilize Penn State College of Medicine’s research cores. These researchers will explain how the various instruments and services of each core are being used for rapid progress in their research projects.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Cores and services to be featured include:
- Bioluminescent imaging
- Flow cytometry
- Genome sciences
- Mass spectrometry and macromolecular synthesis
- Magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy
- Microscopy imaging, transmission EM and cryo-EM
- Monoclonal antibody
Learn more about all of the College’s research cores here.
Register online here
Email Kelly Arnold at email@example.com.