ZEISS Widefield Bootcamp


Hosted by Yien-Ming Kuo, UC San Francisco

Join us for a hands-on tour of our widefield microscope

Feel more like a microscopist with ZEISS! Join us for this week-long bootcamp to get hands-on time with your local team and learn the fundamentals of microscopy, how to set up workflows for your research, the latest features on our Axio Observer stand, and even get a chance to demo our microscope.

All sessions will take place at  UCSF Parnassus, 10 Koret Way, K200 (first door on the right).

See detailed agenda for the week below. Register for the workshop here.  


Monday March 20

Join us for a 1-hour presentation and hands-on sessions.

Tuesday, March 21

Join us for ZEN Software-focused sessions.

  • ZEN Software Sessions - Basics

  • ZEN Software Session - Image Analysis/Bio Apps

Wednesday, March 22

Join us for more workflow sessions with AI Sample Finder.

  • MultiWell Workflow with AISF/ AutoImmersion

  • Tissue Workflow with AISF

Thursday, March 23

Join us for demo sessions on the ZEISS Axio Observer.  

Hosted and Presented by

Ashley Remy

Account Manager

Ashley received her Master's degree in BioArchaeology in 2015 emphasizing in dental microwear studies. During her research, she was the EM Coordinator for the DENTALWEAR Project as well as a microscope instructor at the University of Indianapolis. After receiving her Master's, she worked as a technician in a microbiology lab and then lead technician at the microscopy core facility at UNM. Ashley joined ZEISS in July 2018 and is currently living in San Bruno.

Presented By

Zaw Win, Ph.D.

Product Application Sales Specialist

Zaw is a 3D Product Application and Sales Specialist supporting the Bay Area. He has eight years of research experience in cell biology, microfabrication, and mechanobiology. Prior to joining ZEISS, he was a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the MRC Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology at University College London studying cancer cell division in engineered microenvironments.

Prior to that, he obtained his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Minnesota. His thesis work studied the function and mechanics of vascular smooth muscle. He obtained his BS in Chemical Engineering and Biochemistry from the University of Florida.

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