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  • UPenn AFM in Biology Workshop, Feb 12-13

    AFM is experiencing an evolution with new techniques and instrumentation for the characterization of biological samples. This informative workshop sponsored by the University of Pennsylvania Nano-BIO Interface Center and Oxford Instruments Asylum Research, will cover topics including cell mechanics, high resolution imaging, combined AFM and optical integration, nano-injection methods and the latest AFM instrumentation innovations. The first day will include lectures from leading AFM scientists in the field. The second day will include hands-on demonstrations relating to the lecture topics. This free workshop is ideal for both novice and experienced AFM users.

    Invited speakers
    • Dennis Discher and Irena Ivanovska, University of Pennsylvania
    • Jan Hoh, Johns Hopkins University
    • Matt Caporizzo, University of Pennsylvania
    • Meg Grady, University of Pennsylvania
    • Biao Han, Drexel University, School of Biomedical Engineering Science and Health Systems
    • Rob Cain and Sophia Hohlbauch, Oxford Instruments Asylum Research

    Demonstration topics
    • Elasticity of cells
    • AFM and optical image overlay
    • blueDrive™ – high resolution imaging and nanomechanics
    • Other topic TBD

    Program
    Download the program


    Registration
    Registration is free for the workshop, however, due to limited seating, attendees must register for the lectures and the demonstrations. Lunch will be provided on the first day of the workshop.

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