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The next Call4Help session is coming up on April 5, 9 – 12, information here. Note that you can always contact us under to set-up a meeting and receive support on image analysis. The idea of the Call4Help session is to provide combined support on both the image analysis and the microscopy part of a project.

Learning resources

New video: TissUUmaps 3.0 introduction

Beginning of this month Christophe presented TissUUmaps 3.0 in our Call4Help webinar series. The recordings are now available on our YouTube channel. Video link. Please feel free to contact us if you want to use TissUUmaps for visualization of your data!

BioVis courses

Uppsala’s light microscopy facility BioVis is organizing new courses on ImageJ - “Learn to use ImageJ” (Tuesday 5th & 12th April 9.30-4.30) and “Writing ImageJ Macros” (Tuesday 3rd & 10th May 9.15-12.45). Please find more information on the BioVis course website.

Master Thesis Project

The Behrendtlab, Uppsala University is looking for students for a master thesis project on the ‘Development of an analytical image pipeline for quantitative phase imaging’. This project will be co-supervised by Petter Ranefall, BIIF, on the image analysis part. Read more about this project here


AI4Research Presentation: Wei Ouyang, Science for Life Laboratory and KTH

Title: Human-in-the-loop AI for data-driven life science
Date: 29 March, 13:00 – 14:00
More details:

Grant Calls

New chance to make project proposals to AIDA

The mission of AIDA is to contribute to putting AI innovations in diagnostic imaging to actual use in healthcare. This is, above all, done through the AIDA portfolio of subprojects from all over Sweden. There are several possibilities for support to efforts within AIDA’s scope: Partial funding up to 50%, access to technical infrastructure such as powerful computational systems, and access to a network of broad expertise. Currently, AIDA is soliciting proposals for Innovation Projects, Clinical Fellowships and Clinical Evaluations.
Deadline: April 19, 2022.

Best regards
Anna, in behalf of BIIF

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