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International Weber Symposium
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Welcome: Leonel Malacrida
Opening lecture. David M Jameson
Lecture 1. Enrico Gratton: Multiplexing spectra and lifetime in 32 channels simultaneously.
Lecture 2 - Diego Presman: Insights on transcription factors and chromatin dynamics through single-molecule tracking in live cells.
Lecture 3 - Francesco Cardarelli: Once in a (fluorescence) lifetime: from synthetic identity to biological function of nanoencapsulated drugs in biomedical applications
Lecture 4 - Jay Knutson: Fluorescence Lifetime Microscopy : Metabolic Signaling and Analysis.
Lecture 5 - Luca Lanzano: Lifetime-based super-resolution and its application to a model of oncogenesis.
Lecture 6 - Jörg Enderlein: Metal- and Graphene-Induced Energy Transfer Imaging.
Lecture 7 - Thorsten Wohland: Computational Advances and Applications in Imaging Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy.
Lecture 9 - Gokul Upadhyayula: Making the invisible visible: imaging subcellular dynamics in multicellular systems.
Lecture 10 - Amitabha Chattopadhyay: Cholesterol-dependent Endocytosis and Trafficking of GPCRs: Implications in Pathophysiology and Therapeutics.
Lecture 11 - Hernan Grecco - From experiments to model and back; activity flow in the apoptotic network
Lecture 12 - Fernando Stefani: RASTMIN: an alternative to MINFLUX that enables nanometer resolution in a laser-scanning (confocal) microscope.
Lecture 13 - Ilaria Testa: From STARSS: measuring rotational diffusivity with reversible photo-switching.
Lecture 15 - Rafael Piestun: Optimizing Super-resolution Localization Microscopy: Three Dimensions, Dense Scenes, Fast drift-less acquisition, and Multicolor/Multispectral Imaging.
Lecture 16 - Don Lamb: Measuring protein dynamics using smFRET
Lecture 17 - Martin Hof: Protein hydration and dynamics seen by fluorescence: TDFS and PET-FCS.
Lecture 18 - Valeria Levi: An unexpected partnership between SOX2 and the Glucocorticoid receptor: nothing to do together but something (unknown) in common.
Lecture 20. Luke Lavis: Designing brighter dyes for advanced fluorescence microscopy and beyond.
Lecture 21 - Elizabeth Hinde: Fluorescence fluctuation spectroscopy of protein transport as a function of oligomeric state.
Lecture 22 - Markita Landry: Imaging Neuromodulation in the Brain with Near-Infrared Fluorescent Nanosensors.
Lecture 24 - Weber Lecturer: Alberto Diaspro: The multimodal microscope and the Plato’s allegory of the cave. Increasing knowledge by coupling fluorescence and label-free mechanisms of contrast.
Christian Combs: Convolutional Neural Network Transformer (CNNT) for Fluorescence Microscopy Denoising with Improved Generalization and Fast Adaption.
Camila Oses: The dynamical organization of pluripotency transcription factors respond to differentiation cues in early S-phase
Elaine Petroniho: Can Heparin Modulate Prion Protein Liquid-Liquid Phase Separation?
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