Olympus to host fifth annual neuroimaging symposium in conjunction with 2014 annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience

Olympus is hosting its fifth annual neuroimaging symposium in conjunction with the 2014 annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) on Monday, November 17 at 6:30pm in Washington DC. The Olympus Neuroimaging Symposium and reception will be held at the Marriott Marquis Washington, DC, 901 Massachusetts Avenue NW, in the Capitol and Congress ballrooms. It is open to all media and registered SfN attendees.

The topic of the symposium is Functional and Fixed Brain Imaging with Cellular Resolution: The New Frontier of Brain Mapping. Speakers will be leading researchers from Dr. Karl Deisseroth’s laboratory at Stanford University. Dr. Deisseroth and his colleagues have been pioneers in the field of optogenetics and functional brain mapping, and in 2013 published the new CLARITY method for clearing fixed brain tissue to allow for deep imaging and creation of large-scale neural connectivity maps. The proliferation of optogenetic tools, fast calcium indicators and optical stimulation technologies has allowed optical stimulation and functional mapping of cellular responses across large brain areas. This symposium will focus on new technologies in light of the NIH BRAIN initiatives and discuss recent progress and challenges in functional mapping.

Because space is limited, registration for the symposium is recommended; it takes just a moment. To register for the symposium, click here. Media members may call Vincent Park at (914) 523-4777 before noon on November 17 to secure a seat in the Press Area during the presentation.

Olympus has a long history of supporting researchers through education and professional development, and this is the fifth time that the company has convened this groundbreaking annual neuroimaging symposium. Olympus will also be exhibiting equipment for neuroscience applications at Booth 2623 at the SfN meeting, including its new super resolution system, along with instrumentation for high-speed live cell imaging, functional brain mapping, electrophysiology, live-cell confocal imaging, optodigital microscopy, whole slide imaging, advanced fluorescence, fully motorized microscope operation, and more.

About Olympus Scientific Solutions Americas

Olympus Corporation is an international precision technology leader operating in industrial, medical, academic and consumer markets, specializing in optics, electronics, and precision engineering. As a subsidiary of Olympus Corporation, Olympus Scientific Solutions Americas is an integral part of the global Olympus network with specific responsibility for the sales and marketing of life science and industrial instrumentation in the Americas. The company’s core product lineup comprises clinical, educational, and research microscopes, nondestructive testing equipment, and analytical instruments all designed with the unwavering commitment to enhancing people’s lives every day and contributing to the safety, security, quality, and productivity of society.

About Olympus

Olympus is a global technology leader, designing and delivering innovative imaging solutions in its core business areas:

  • Medical and Surgical Products: Gastrointestinal endoscopy, minimally invasive surgical products, and accessories
  • Life Science Imaging Systems: Advanced research, clinical/educational microscopes, and research/educational digital imaging systems
  • Industrial Measurement and Imaging Instruments: Industrial research, engineering, test, inspection and measuring instruments
  • Cameras and Audio Products: Digital cameras and voice recorders

Through this technology, Olympus focuses on enhancing people’s lives every day and helping people enjoy the continuum of life.  For more information, visit www.olympusamerica.com

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