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Georgina Fletcher

I am the Project Officer at the community network, BioImagingUK. I am also the UK Node Manager for Euro-BioImaging, comprising of seven sites; ESRIC, York, Liverpool, Oxford Brookes, Octopus, King's and The Crick offering advanced biological imaging techniques including correlative, multi-modal, high-content and super-resolution.

Posts by Georgina Fletcher

The Revenge of Image.sc LIVE! around the world - the live bioimage analysis helpdesk is returning to a time zone near you!

Posted by , on 25 March 2024

Community surveys often point to the biggest bottleneck in excellent bioimaging science being image analysis. That’s why the RMS DAIM committee and their friends across the world are putting on another event to highlight the fantastic image.sc forum. All the info you need is here: Image.sc LIVE around the world! – Announcements – Image.sc Forum and in the poster

Image.sc LIVE! around the world - a live bioimage analysis helpdesk is coming to a time zone near you!

Posted by , on 13 December 2023

Community surveys often point to the biggest bottleneck in excellent bioimaging science being image analysis. That’s why the RMS DAIM committee and their friends across the world are putting the fantastic image.sc forum “on the road” and staging a first of its kind event which we’re calling “Image.sc LIVE! around the world”. All the info you need is here: Image.sc LIVE

Deciphering cardiac multiscale organization

Posted by , on 11 December 2023

by Sandra Rugonyi and Claudia López Oregon Health & Science University, Portland Oregon, USA Challenge The morphology, microstructure, and ultrastructure of heart tissues is exquisitely organized to optimize cardiac efficiency. In cases of cardiac malformations, known as congenital heart disease (CHD), spatially heterogeneous and abnormal ultrastructural patterns emerge as early as fetal stages that worsen

Insights into the leaky Blood Brain Barrier by vEM

Posted by , on 4 August 2023

by Martina Schifferer, German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases, Munich Cluster for Systems Neurology SyNergy, Germany DOI: 10.1242/focalplane.15936 Challenge The Blood Brain Barrier (BBB) controls the exchange between blood and the brain parenchyme. Its structural determinants comprise tight junctions and endothelial vesicles which require resolution at the nanometer scale. In disease like stroke or traumatic brain

RMS Application Coaching and Personal Mentoring Scheme

Posted by , on 2 August 2023

The RMS Application Coaching and Personal Mentoring Scheme pilot was extended to a twice yearly call for applicants. We are accepting applications until the 31 August 2023 with the next round opening in January 2024. For more details and to apply as a Mentor, Mentee or both please visit this webpage: https://www.rms.org.uk/opportunities/mentoring-schemes.html

Recent events by Georgina Fletcher

Compact Light Source Grid - Life Science & Cultural Heritage Opportunities Workshop

This online workshop will discuss the life science and cultural heritage research opportunities that will be enabled by a UK grid of compact light sources.

Location: Online

Date: 2 October 2023