BIO-SEE workshops provide condensed, 7-10 day training in different imaging modalities for non-local trainees. It includes multiple hands-on sessions, an exchange of experience and social programs to facilitate personal communication between the participants.
From May 15th to 19th, the BIO-SEE team organized a week-long workshop for a group from Belarus. Eight trainees actively participated in practical training sessions covering various bioimaging techniques. The workshop comprised informative lectures delivered by Professors Narine Sarvazyan and Naira Ayvazyan, as well as hands-on training in laser scanning confocal microscopy, atomic force microscopy, and hyperspectral imaging. In addition, the workshop included live demonstrations of cell staining protocols and introductory session to ImageJ. The attendees were encouraged to share their previous research experiences and consider how their newly acquired knowledge could be applied to their ongoing and future projects. On the sixth day of the workshop, both the attendees and BIO-SEE instructors engaged in a social program aimed at fostering personal communication. The workshop was considered highly successful based on the feedback received from the participants.
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