Rocco D'Antuono studied Physics in the Laboratory for Advanced BioSpectroscopy (LABS, Milan, Italy) under the supervision of Prof. Giuseppe Chirico. After his studies, in 2011 he joined the FIRC Institute for Molecular Oncology (IFOM, Milan, Italy) as image analyst and microscopist specialised in live-cell imaging, TIRF, and confocal microscopy. In 2014 he moved to the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB, Bellinzona, Switzerland), running the microscopy and intravital facility; there he had the opportunity to work also with flow cytometry and help in the setup of the mass spec service. In January 2018 he joined the Crick Advanced Light Microscopy facility (CALM, London, UK) as senior microscopist, supporting microscopy projects with the use of advanced fluorescence techniques and image analysis. He promotes the training in bioimage analysis through the activity of NEUBIAS Academy.
Scientific field: Biophysics
Microscopy background: Image Analysis
Posted by Rocco D'Antuono, on 1 December 2021NEUBIAS Academy is back with a new webinar before Christmas!On 7th December Wei Ouyang (KTH, Stockholm) will introduce us to ImJoy (https://imjoy.io), a web-based computational platform for building interactive data analysis tools.After a basic introduction to deep learning, web image analysis, and ImJoy, the participants will learn how to Develop their own ImJoy plugin and
Posted by Rocco D'Antuono, on 20 July 2021During my university time at physics, I specialised in biophysics and started to approach advanced microscopy, but my idea of measurement had always been connected with other instruments’ readouts, not exclusively images. Once obtained my MSc, I started to work in an imaging facility at IFOM (Milan), as a microscopist, becoming later also in charge
On 7th December Wei Ouyang (KTH, Stockholm) will introduce us to ImJoy (https://imjoy.io), a web-based computational platform for building interactive data analysis tools.
Date: 7 December 2021