Science Events: The Brain Institute at the University of Utah March Symposium – Imaging Neurons

On Monday, March 1, the Brain Institute at the University of Utah hosts its March Symposium – Imaging Neurons. We are pleased to report that two of the neuroscientists speaking at the event are MBF Bioscience customers. Dr. Erik Jorgensen, a biology professor at the University of Utah will discuss fluorescence electron microscopy. Dr. Karl Deisseroth, a professor of bioengineering and psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford University, will present developments in optogenetics, a new field that involves observing neurons through a combination of genetic engineering and light.

Who: Dr. Karl Deisseroth and Dr. Erik Jorgensen

What: The Brain Institute at the University of Utah March Symposium – Imaging Neurons

When: Monday, March 1, 2010, 2-6pm

Where: Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Marcia & John Price Building, 410 Campus Center Dr., Salt Lake City, Utah

{Image courtesy of The Brain Institute at the University of Utah}

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