ILS doctoral program is responsible for the course. The course is elective.
The course requires prior experience in basic techniques.
By the end of the course students will have advanced knowledge to get started with their own imaging projects, and will be able to understand imaging data presented in published papers and seminars.
During doctoral and master’s studies.
Continuation of ILS-111
3-day symposium covering advanced imaging techniques.
First day will be dedicated for student presentations, where each student will present their own imaging project or give a journal club (articles selected by the symposium speakers). The following two days will be a special symposium with international and domestic speakers.
Full attendance and student presentation will be required for credits (2 ETCS).
Instruction language: English.
Eija Jokitalo and Maria Vartiainen (Institute of Biotechnology); Erkki Raulo (ILS)