ADVANCING MICROSCOPY
FRONTIERS IN AFRICA

Date: 17 January 2020
Time: 09:00 - 17:30

Location: Wolfson Pavilion Lecture Theatre, UCT Medical School, Cape Town, South Africa

Keynote Speakers:

Klaus Hahn
Engineering Molecules to Visualize and Control Signaling Circuits in Living Cells

University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, USA

Kelly Rogers
Capturing the Dynamics of Red Blood Cell Invasion by the Malaria Parasite using High Resolution Microscopy

Walter & Eliza Hall Institute, Australia

Musa Mhlanga
Imaging in Africa: From Single Cells to Single Molecules

University of Cape Town, South Africa

Daniel Fletcher
Watching the Secret Lives of Pathogens with Light Microscopy

University of California – Berkeley, USA

Teng-Leong Chew
Emerging Frontiers in Microscopy through Open-Access Platforms
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Janelia Research Campus, USA

 

Invited Speakers:

Caron Jacobs
University of Cape Town, South Africa

Anna Coussens
Walter & Eliza Hall Institute, Australia

Dirk Lang
University of Cape Town, South Africa

Programme includes:

Refreshment breaks
Open-invitation Research Poster Session with lunch; please feel free to bring your research posters to the symposium
Invited student and post-doctoral researcher talks
Opening remarks by
Valerie Mizrahi
(University of Cape Town, South Africa)
Reception event with guests
Anastasia Koch and Ed Young (Eh!Woza, South Africa)
 

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