Sept. 21, 2021
Join us for a series of tutorials showcasing open resources from the Allen Cell Explorer. At these tutorials, learn how and why to integrate Allen Institute for Cell Science open cell lines and software tools into your research.
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2021-9-21 to 0-0-0
Join us for a series of tutorials showcasing open resources from the Allen Cell Explorer. At this tutorial, learn how to use the Allen Cell and Structure Segmenter, a Python-based open source toolkit that combines classic image segmentation with interative deep learning workflows.Sign Up
2021-9-23 to 2021-9-24
Neuropixels probes represent a major advance in neural recording technology. Join us to learn the ins and outs of Neuropixels probes from our scientists and research associates as well as UW faculty. Applications are due by July 30.Sign Up
Join us for a webinar as we highlight innovative approaches translating mouse to human models.Learn more & register
2021-10-19 to 0-0-0
Join us for a series of tutorials showcasing open resources from the Allen Cell Explorer. At this tutorial, learn about the AGAVE 3D visualization tool, the Cell Feature Explorer browser for imaging data of cells in the Allen Cell Collection, and the Simularium cell modeling tool.Sign Up
2021-10-28 to 0-0-0
The Distinguished Seminar Series features presentations by outstanding thinkers and scientists, sponsored by the Allen Institute for Brain Science. At this seminar, Andrea Gomez will present on her research using molecular biology, electrophysiology, and functional imaging to decode the instructive cues that organize neural networks and mechanisms that specify synaptic properties. Her work aims to discover how synaptic dysfunction manifests in conditions like autism, intellectual disability, and neurodegeneration. Learn more and registerSign Up