OHSU-OCSSB Symposium: Cellular Imaging at the Nanoscale
Oregon Health & Science University's (OHSU) Center for Spatial Systems Biomedicine (OCSSB) and School of Medicine (SoM) are pleased to announce: "Cellular Imaging at the Nanoscale," and the opportunity to participate in the OHSU-OCSSB Symposium 2013. The Symposium is to showcase cutting edge microscopy technologies that can be used to image biological systems at high resolution.
What is Spatial Systems Biology?
Spatial Systems Biology Research is conducted as part of the OHSU Center for Spatial Systems Biomedicine (OCSSB), which is dedicated to the use of advanced measurement technologies (omic and multiscale imaging).
OCSSB is a multi-disciplinary, multi-departmental and multi-institutional organization that acts as a nucleus to integrate, refine and focus the new generation of measurement and computing technologies. It cultivates collaborations between the next generation of scientists in systems-level approaches to biomedical problem-solving and computation, bringing together faculty members in measurement science, chemistry, biology and computation from OHSU, Portland State University, Oregon State University, and local technology centers in nanotechnology and drug discovery. The OCSSB interacts broadly with partners from the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries as well as multiple leading academic institutions.