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The workshop format is not a scientific meeting, but a very practical discussion day.

We will invite speakers with imaging projects, questions or software developments, which might benefit from input from mathematicians and bio-informaticians and also software and algorithm developers.

The aim is to have short presentations and a lot of discussions.

Carola Schönlieb (DAMTP) & Stefanie Reichelt (CRUK CI)

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IMAGiNG and MATHEMATiCS workshops

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UserHendrik Dirks (DAMTP Cambridge/University of Münster), Kirsty Wan (DAMTP, Cambridge), Joan Lasenby (Engineering Department, Cambridge), Patrice Mascalchi (CRUK CI, Cambridge), Siru Virtanen (CRUK CI, Cambridge), Isabel Peset Martin (CRUK CI, Cambridge).

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Second Harmonic Generation Imaging of voltage in dendritic spines.

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UserRafael Yuste, Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

HouseDepartment of Biochemistry, Sanger building, Lecture theatre, Tennis Court Road.

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Optical Imaging in Cancer and Radiobiology

UserBorivoj Vojnovic (Gray Cancer Institute).

HouseMax Perutz Lecture Theatre, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology.

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