Introduction to Microscopy with Dr. Cortney Bouldin

On Saturday January 25 at 1pm Cort Bouldin, Ph.D. will lead a workshop on the basics of microscopy and imaging. Get a view of the microscopic world of developmental biology, and learn how to capture and manage microscopy images using the NIH’s free image processing software, ImageJ.

Saturday January 25 @ 1pm
Introduction to Microscopy
Dr. Cortney Bouldin

Dr. Bouldin is a developmental biologist who uses zebrafish to study how humans develop. In this workshop he will share samples of his work, giving students a chance to learn about developmental biology, as well as instruct students on how to view specimens via a light microscope. Dr. Bouldin will share his research, as well demonstrate how time lapse photography can be used in research.

Zebrafish2In this class we will be using the cell phone microscopes that have been built in previous workshops. If you have one you want to bring, that’s great (or sign up for the next workshop on January 11th). Otherwise, we will provide microscopes for students.

Register at this link for Introduction to Microscopy


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