MathBio2: IMAGE

Interdisciplinary BioImage Informatics at the Fluno Center

The Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery and the UW Graduate School are sponsoring the Second Annual MathBio Symposium for University of Wisconsin-Madison faculty and staff to explore the interfaces that connect the mathematical, computational and biological sciences.

SPIE Photonics West

The Moscone Center, San Fransisco, California

Two FREE world-class exhibitions with over 1,100 exhibitors

  • SPIE Photonics West—North America's essential photonics and laser exhibition
  • SPIE BiOS—the world's largest biomedical optics exhibition

Industry Sessions

60 Technical and Professional Development Courses

MathBio Symposium

MathBio3 will be held at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery on September 29 and 30. LOCI is a proud sponsor of the MathBio symposium, an event that brings together scientsts across a wide range of disciplines. If you are interested in attending, please register here.

O'Brien Center's First Annual Symposium: Role of fibrosis in signaling and lower urinary tract disease

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The University of Wisconsin George M. O’Brien Center announces the first annual symposium: Role of fibrosis in signaling and lower urinary tract disease April 8-9, 2015 with University of Wisconsin Fluno Center Keynote Speaker Ben Humphreys, MD, PhD, Harvard Medical School on Resident perivascular cells and organ fibrosis