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The Nemonic project holds a yearly workshops at UC Santa Barbara to help train personnel from other institutions on how to create and use novel multiphoton neuroimaging instrumentation developed by the Nemonic consortium.

2020 Speakers

2020 Videos

2020 Workshop Slideshows

Multiphoton imaging of hippocampal place cell network activity in mouse models of neurodegenerative disease - Simon Schultz

Open Platforms for Two- and Three-Photon Microscopy - Rick Ayer

Fast and scalable brain imaging data at single-cell resolution - Andrea Giovannucci

3D-SHOT with Computer Generated Holography at high speed and with high performance - Nicolas Pegard

Advances in two-dimensional spatial frequency modulation imaging - Jeff Squier

2020 Related Resources

2019 Speakers

2019 Workshop Slideshows

Fast and scalable calcium imaging data analysis with CaImAn - Andrea Giovannucci

From Holography to 3D-SHOT Multiphoton whole-cell photostimulation in 3D With single neuron resolution and millisecond precision - Nico Pegard

Robotically automated, two-photon targeted patch clamp physiology - Simon Schultz

High Speed Two-Photon Tomography - Kaspar Podgorski

Extending multiphoton microscopy to 3D brain imaging in freely moving mice - Emily Gibson

Darcy Peterka's 2019 Nemonic workshop talk - Darcy Peterka

2019 Related Resources

CaImAn: an open source tool for scalable calcium imaging data analysis[1]

Robotic Automation of In Vivo Two-Photon Targeted Whole-Cell Patch-Clamp Electrophysiology[2]

Progress in automating patch clamp cellular physiology[3]

ABLE: An Activity-Based Level Set Segmentation Algorithm for Two-Photon Calcium Imaging Data[4]

High speed functional imaging with source localized multifocal two-photon microscopy[5]

Building a two-photon microscope is easy[6]

See Also

Big Brain