Lunch & Learn - Mission Bay Campus

ZEISS Live Cell Imaging Technologies

It's all about the right technique for the job

12:00 - 1:30 PM | Hybrid event at UCSF Mission Bay

ZEISS Live Cell Imaging Technologies

Your local ZEISS team is pleased to invite you to the ZEISS Live Cell Imaging Technologies Lunch & Learn hosted by Kari Harrington, Ph.D., Center for Advanced Light Microscopy, UCSF Mission Bay. The hybrid event will be held in Genentech Hall Room S271 and virtually via Microsoft Teams. Join us as we review the broad range of live cell imaging applications and how ZEISS continues to push the envelope in the latest microscopy innovations to advance your research.

In this Lunch & Learn, you will hear about three of our flagship live cell microscopes and their strengths:

  • LSM with Airyscan 2 and Dynamics Profiler: Push fluorescence correlation spectroscopy to a new dimension of live imaging. Learn how Airyscan can enable the measurement of correlation, diffusion, and flow - even in challenging bright samples!
  • Lattice Lightsheet 7: Watch the subcellular dynamics of life over hours and even days with near-isotropic, high-speed volumetric imaging.
  • Elyra Structured Illumination Microscopy Family: With new additions to our SIM offerings to balance sample size, imaging speed, and super-resolution capabilities, it's never been easier to visualize how biological structures provide insights into function.

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Ben Figueroa, Ph.D.

Account Manager

Prior to joining ZEISS, Benjamin Figueroa earned his PhD in Chemistry at the University of Washington-Seattle’s Chemistry Department, where he also spent a year as a Postdoctoral scholar. His work included developing new spectroscopy and imaging techniques for understanding single cell metabolism and developing early disease diagnosis tools. Leveraging his expertise in physics, optics, and engineering, his work pushed the frontier of an advanced Raman imaging technique called SRS microscopy as a state-of-the-art optical technique.

Zaw Win, Ph.D.

3D Product Application and Sales Specialist

Zaw Win is our 3D Product Application and Sales Specialist supporting the Bay Area. He has eight years of research experience in cell biology, microfabrication, and mechanobiology.

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