Seminarios web

How to Image and Quantify Human Astrocytes in Alzheimer's Disease Chimeras with AI


  • Dr. Amaia Arranz

    Achucarro Basque Center for Neuroscience and Ikerbasque, Spain

  • Mrs. Nikky Corthout

    Light Microscopy and Imaging Network LiMoNe - Dr. Sebastian Munck. VIB BioImaging Core Leuven - Center for Brain and Disease Research

  • Dr. Simone Lepper

    European Product Manager, Imaging Software & Screening, Nikon Europe BV

Dr. Amaia Arranz studies Alzheimer's disease using murine xenograft models of human neurons and glial cells exposed to disease-associated factors. Dr. Arranz aims to unravel human-specific pathways and mechanisms involved in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer´s and other neurodegenerative diseases to aid their diagnosis and treatment. In her talk, Dr. Arranz will present her research and elucidate the use of in astrocyte quantification.

Mrs. Nikky Corthout is an expert microscopist dedicated to assisting researchers at the core facility of the VIB Center for brain and disease research focusing on neurobiology and brain disease. Nikky is experienced with imaging of a wide variety of samples ranging from neuronal cultures and brain sections, to entirely cleared brains.

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