2018 Cryo-EM School - Full!
The 2018 Fall Cryo-EM School will take place at The Netherlands Centre for Electron Nanoscopy (NeCEN). From the 22nd of October until the 16th of November, 6 participants will receive hands-on Titan Krios training from the experienced NeCEN EM scientists and Thermo Fisher applications support team. The possibility to bring your own sample exists.
Part of the Cryo-EM School is a 3-day Image Processing Course organised in collaboration with the Biocomputing Unit of the Spanish National Center for Biotechnology (CNB).
NeCEN, Leiden University, The Netherlands
- Thermo Fisher Scientific
- The Netherlands Centre for Electron Nanoscopy (NeCEN)
- The Biocomputing Unit of the Spanish National Center for Biotechnology (CNB)
The curriculum is divided in two parts.
- Online lectures about the theory of cryo-EM single particle analysis as well as practical demonstrations by Grant Jensen (CalTech) and Matthijn Vos (Thermo Fisher Scientific) (http://em-learning.com). The school participants have to follow the online course and take the self-evaluation test before coming to NeCEN for practical hands-on training.
- Hands-on practicals on the different aspects taught online.
- Cryo-EM sample freezing on a vitrobot
- Cryo-EM grids clipping and loading for autoloader systems
- Cryo-EM sample screening
- Titan Krios alignments
- Automated Single Particle Data Acquisition with EPU
- Basics of image processing within Scipion Environment in the cloud
If you are interested in participating, please contact Matthijn Vos at email@example.com.
The course gives you 4 weeks access to 2 Krios microscopes equipped with Falcon 3EC and K2 Summit cameras, 2 dedicated expert teachers, housing with breakfast and lunch during the course days as well as transportation on site. Not included is travel to Leiden and dinners. The non-profit costs are ~30.000 euro or an equivalent of 30 days pre-purchased Thermo Fisher Scientific on-site application support.
For more information, please contact Susanne Roodhuyzen at S.A.Roodhuijzen@biology.leidenuniv.nl.