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µ-VIS: Multidisciplinary, Multiscale, Microtomographic Volume Imaging

Correlative Imaging Forum

Correlative imaging forum
μCT+H&E of a lung sample; Image courtesy of O.Katsamenis & M. Lawson

Correlative Imaging Forum is an open discussion platform that brings together research staff from the Biomedical Imaging Unit (BIU) and the μ-VIS X-Ray Imaging Centre working on correlative imaging.

The meetings are organised by Dr. Orestis Katsamenis and take place biweekly. Initially meeting sites alternated between BIU (University Hospital Southampton) and μ-VIS (Highfield Campus) to allow researchers for other groups based on either campuses to participate. Since the first COVID-19 lockdown the meeting has been moved online.

Discussions are focused on technical issues and application areas related to correlative and/or quantitative imaging, including latest developments in imaging and image processing as well as potential funding opportunities and conference calls. The forum provides an opportunity for students and academics to discuss, troubleshoot and receive feedback on their ongoing projects, and to enlarge their professional network at the University and beyond.


If you wish to join us please do get in contact with us.

Email Dr. Orestis Katsamenis or xrh@soton.ac.uk 

 

 

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