Upcoming Workshops

Dates and times will be decided soon for the below workshops. Check back here for more details.

Workshops planned for 2022

Getting to grips with Imaris

Introduction to QuPath

Automation with ImageJ Macros

Introduction to bioimage analysis using Python

Past Workshops

Introduction to BioImage Analysis

Theoretical introduction to bioimage analysis and the software and resources available in the AIR. This talk is aimed towards users new to the facility. It is recommended that you attend this before other image analysis courses run by the AIR. It is usually run at least once a term.

Making Figures and Videos with Microscopy Data

Covering everything you need to display your data for meetings, reports and papers.

Introduction to BioImage Analysis using ImageJ/FIJI

A theoretical introduction to bioimage analysis using the ImageJ ecosystem, introducing fundamental image analysis concepts including the characteristics of image data, its processing and segmentation. This talk is aimed towards users new to bioimage analysis and will include a walkthrough of a typical image analysis workflow. Examples concentrate on fluorescence microscopy, but the techniques used are applicable to other types of images.

Introduction to Imaris

Hands-on Imaris workshop with a focus on analysis of 3D datasets.

Making Measurements in ImageJ/FIJI

Introduction to ImageJ/FIJI including ROIs

Introduction to CellProfiler

CellProfiler is an open-source image analysis software specialising in object segmentation and measurement. Processing steps are inserted as modules into workflow pipelines which can be run on batches of images with results collated into a single spreadsheet without any scripting involved. The workshop will cover adapting existing example pipelines as well how to construct a pipeline from scratch.

Introduction to writing ImageJ Macros

ImageJ macros can be used to automate repetitive tasks and are great for reproducibility. This workshop will demonstrate how to utilise facility macros and create a simple macro of your own workflow.

%d bloggers like this: