2022 KY INBRE Electron Microscopy Summer Workshop
About this event
- See active research from other KY INBRE EM Voucher recipients
- Tour University of Kentucky’s Electron Microscopy Center
- See presentations of capabilities at the University of Louisville and Western Kentucky University
- Learn tips and tricks for EM sample prep and imaging, how to correct problematic issues and collaborative opportunities
- And an overview of the KY INBRE program.
In-person Workshop will be held at the University of Kentucky Gatton Student Center (160 Avenue of Champions, Lexington, KY 40506; driving directions) and restricted to 45. Food and refreshments will be provided to those attending in-person. Online Workshop is unlimited in attendance.
Online links and more in-person details will be emailed to registrants closer to event date.
Registration closed on Monday, July 25!
For questions or more information, contact Dr. Julia Aebersold, email
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2022 EM Workshop Presentations
- Electron Microscopy Capabilities for Researchers, Julia Aebersold, Manager, Micro/Nano Technology Center, University of Louisville
- Electron Microscopy Tips & Tricks, Julia Aebersold, Manager, Micro/Nano Technology Center, University of Louisville
- TEM Imaging Tips & Tricks, Jillian Cramer, Electron Microscopy Center, University of Kentucky
- Synaptic connectivity of central amygdala Somatostatin neurons, Jane Bartonjo, Robert Lundy Lab, University of Louisville
- Consequences of Her9 mutation on photoreceptor ultrastructure, Jess Bills, Ann Morris, University of Kentucky
- Zinc-oxide Nanoparticles Decrease Klebsiella pneumoniae Biofilm Formation, Jared Cochran, Olga Tsyusko, Jason Unrine, University of Kentucky
- Quadriceps mitochondrial dysfunction following anterior cruciate ligament injury and reconstruction: TEM analysis of mitochondria, Christopher Fry, University of Kentucky
- Electron Microscopy Characterization of Microstructure in Zircad Prime Dental Ceramic, Avery Hartley, Nicolas Briot, University of Kentucky
- Application of SEM and epifluorescence for spatial localization of metals in mouse kidney issue, Michael Merchant, University of Louisville
- Single-particle Reconstruction of a Prolate Mycobacteriophage Capsid via Negative Stain TEM, Alex Stewart, Claire Rinehart, University of Kentucky
- Electron microscopy imaging of S. mutans biofilm profiles, Laura Waldman, Martha Grady, University of Kentucky
- TEM study of Alzheimer’s disease lesion proteins, Wang-Xia Wang, University of Kentucky
- Development of wüstite nanoparticles as efficient ROS-inducing agents for cancer therapy, Zhongchao Yi, University of Kentucky