Events in 2024
A 2 day lab-based course where participants are taught how to identify a range of pathogenic fungi, including dermatophytes, Aspergillus, mucoraceous moulds, and some less common fungi Date(s) of Activity: 24-25th January 2024
Come and join us on Sat 27th January 2024 10-5pm
The course will provide a sound knowledge of the basics behind IHC and participants will leave having gained the skills to perform and manipulate IHC on tissue to identify one antigen/cellular component in a single tissue section.
The Light Microscopy summer school is an annual, residential two day course held at the University of York covering the principles of light microscopy. Participants are also trained in practical issues surrounding light microscopy. After introductory presentations, the course is taught predominantly through hands-on practical sessions.
This Course utilises many different sample types and fluorescent probes (DNA stains, classic antibody labels and fluorescent proteins) and these are chosen to best demonstrate particular problems and techniques. Focus is on the techniques they enable and the problems they generate, which will be applicable to any sample types
The course will provide an in depth knowledge of the more advanced uses of IHC and participants will leave having gained the skills to perform and manipulate IHC on tissue to identify complex/three different antigens/cellular components in a single tissue section.
The EM Summer School aims to provide a basic training in both the theory and practice of scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). The course covers imaging, diffraction and chemical microanalysis as well as the highly important area of sample preparation.
Sheffield MICROBE Committee is pleased to invite delegates to The Crowne Plaza Hotel - Sheffield. Book your place now to avoid disappointment!