Confocal Microscopy (Group A) [S-16-13]

Presenter: Jill Pflugheber
Location: SLU: Johnson 135
Classes: 1 Session 2.0 hours
Dates: Tue 10:00 AM 05/10
Status: CLOSED

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Confocal microscopy allows us to visualize specific proteins and structures in cells and tissues which we have labeled with fluorescent probes. In this course, we will learn how the confocal microscope works, first in theory and then in practice.

Jill Pflugheber is a 1986 graduate of SLU. She worked in various facets of biomedical research at Harvard, University of Kentucky, and University of Texas SW Medical Center before returning to SLU in 2004. Hired here as Microscopy Specialist, she teaches the course “Confocal and Scanning Electron Microscopy,” as well as team-teaching “Research Methods in Cell Biology.

Cap: 8 (per group)

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