Molecular Imaging Center (MIC)

Live Imaging and Super-resolution Microscopy Course

The NorMIC Oslo node consisting of the IMBV (IBV) Imaging facility and OUS Confocal Core Facility will arrange a two-day practical user course in live cell imaging and super-resolution microscopy. The course is primarily for participants that already have started to use imaging and need live cell imaging in their work. There will be given theoretical lectures on confocal, super-resolution and TIRF microscopy and in addition image processing and analysis. The practical part will include hands on training at the Olympus FV1000 confocal microscope, the new Leica TIRF microscope and the new Delta Vision OMX super-resolution system. It will be possible to bring and test your own samples. The course is for researchers, postdocs, PhD students and master students.

Date: January 22nd and 23rd 2013

Application Deadline: January 9th 2013



Tuesday 22. of January 2013

09.00-09.15: “Introduction to course – overview” Oddmund Bakke

09.15-10.00: “Confocal microscopy and Live Imaging ” - Linda H. Haugen

10.15-11.00: “Imaging techniques, data rendering and analysis” – Frode M. Skjeldal

11.15-12.00: “Super-resolution Imaging” – Ellen Skarpen

12.00-13.00: Lunch

13.00-16.00: Practical part I


Wednesday 23. of January 2013

09.15-12.00: Practical part II

12:00-13.00: Lunch

13:00-16.00: Practical part III


Thursday 24. of January

9.15-12: Practical part IV (OMX IV)

A special session testing your own samples at the OMX super-resolution system.

Registration for this session on the first course day.

Practical information:

Course fee: NOK 1700,- via PayPal (Lunch included).

Place: Kristine Bonnevies house (lectures and Confocal and TIRF practical part) and Radiumhospitalet (Super-resolution practical part).

For questions regarding OMX super-resolution, contact: ellen.skarpen@rr-research.no

Send the applications to: l.h.haugen@imbv.uio.no

The application must include a short CV and abstract of present work including a justification for the need of imaging training. Limited attendance (12 participants).