Focused On Scientific Imaging (FOSI) seminar is back for the month of May, and will take place in person on Monday, May 30th at 1:30 pm in the Michael Smith Laboratory Building (MSL)  Rm 102 Auditorium. Sam Livingston from Keeling lab/Botany will be giving a talk titled “3D modelling of peculiar cellular structures in the eukaryotic parasite genus Selenidium”.
Techniques highlighted would be Electron Tomography, Serial Section TEM, Live-cell Confocal Microscopy.
Prior to the talk (1:15-1:30pm), Snacks and Coffee will be provided for those attending in person in the Michael Smith Laboratory Building (MSL) main floor.
To join the FOSI seminar, please click a Zoom link below.
Meeting ID: 646 8259 9472
Passcode: 310456
For those who don’t know the FOSI seminar, FOSI seminar series was created to provide a space for everyone to exchange ideas about imaging techniques and to connect with the people that use the imaging techniques that you might need for your own research.
We hope that you can join us at this month’s FOSI seminar! For more information, see our home page at
FOSI organizers: Ania Bogoslowski, Evan McKenzie, Sean Ritter