AIMS: This Workshop will cover the main experimental methods to quantify the mobility and trajectories of biomolecules in living cells, with an emphasis on the quantification methods for individual trajectories and the interest of computer simulations for analysis and interpretation.
PHASE I – CRITICAL ASSESSMENT
June 24-26, 2019 – Bordeaux
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE MICROSCOPY METHODS FOR INTRACELLULAR MOVEMENTS OF MOLECULES
Maïté COPPEY-MOISAN (Institut Jacques Monod, FRA), Cyril FAVARD (IRIM, FRA), Cécile FRADIN (McMaster University, CAN), Rory R. DUNCAN (Heriot-Watt University, GBR), Jean-Baptiste SIBARITA (IINS, FRA)
RECENT METHODS FOR TRAJECTORY ANALYSIS IN LIVING CELLS
Hugues BERRY (INRIA, FRA), Christian VESTERGAARD (Institut Pasteur, FRA), Mark BATHE (MIT, USA), Christophe ZIMMER (Institut Pasteur, FRA), Hervé MARIE-NELLY (Institut Pasteur, FRA), Jean-Baptiste MASSON (Institut Pasteur, FRA)
ILLUSTRATION ON SPECIFIC CASES
Kim Avrama BLACKWELL (George Mason University, USA), Timothée LIONNET (NYU School of Medicine, USA), Diego KRAPF (Colorado State University, USA)
PHASE II – TECHNICAL WORKSHOP
July 1-4, 2019 – Lyon
The practical phase will provide an in-depth view of the quantification tools for the experimental methods presented during Phase I (FCS, x-ICS, sptPALM) with a focus on the statistical analysis of single-particle trajectories and related modeling and computer simulation approaches. Using «hands-on» sessions on laptop computers, it will foster a dialog between analysis methods and computer simulations. Hence, in addition to real experimental data, the participants will be led to asses the range of validity of each analysis methods by applying them on computer-simulated data that they will generate themselves.
ORGANIZERS: Hugues BERRY (INRIA, Villeurbanne), Cyril FAVARD (IRIM, Montpellier), Jean-Baptiste MASSON (Institut Pasteur, Paris)
The deadline for application is fixed to April 19, 2018. More information and application procedure may be found in the attached poster and on the website: