Workshop: Nov 30th - Dec 4th 2020
“Sample preparation course for 3D scanning electron microscopy”
This practical course addresses researchers within the life sciences including (but not limited to) neurosciences and cell biology. Ideally participants should have prior experience in cellular electron microscopy, but not necessarily in 3D electron microscopy techniques. The course is intended for early career researchers (PhD students and postdocs) as well as facility staff, who are planning to work with 3D scanning electron microscopy methods.
Göttingen Graduate School of Neurosciences and Molecular Biosciences (GGNB) and the International Max-Planck Research School (IMPRS) Neuroscience and practical course in the Cell Module of the Developmental, Neural and Behavioral Biology (DNB) MSc Program
Since 2009 we offer an advanced GGNB methods course:
A044 “Subcellular localization of proteins by immunoelectron microscopy” applying immunolabeling of cryosections according to Tokuyasu for the undergraduate students of this school.
Starting in 2018 we provide another course A228 “A practical introduction into electron microscopy” to provide insight into the basic methodology of biomedical electron microscopy.
Since 2015 we are involved in the International Max-Planck Research School (IMPRS) Neuroscience Study Program by providing a lecture (“Introduction into Electron Microscopy”), a practical EM-Course and by offering lab rotations.
In 2019 we offered for the first time a practical course “Exploring the cell with electron microscopy” within the Cell Module of the Developmental, Neural and Behavioral Biology (DNB) MSc Program.