Announcement: Digital Image Analysis with ImageJ Workshop Nov 7/8/9
The NeuroTechnology Studio at BWH will host a 3-day ImageJ workshop in November 2017. Detailed information is below.
Digital Image Analysis with ImageJ
November 7th – 9th 2017
This intensive 3-day workshop taught by Dr. Lai Ding, Senior Imaging Scientist of the NeuroTechnology Studio(formerly manager of the Harvard NeuroDiscovery Center Enhanced Neuroimaging Core), introduces ImageJ, its basic functions, and its macro programming capabilities. Using real imaging projects, Dr. Ding will demonstrate common image analysis tasks such as basic image processing, stack alignment, cell counting and measurement. Macro writing will be covered to demonstrate how to automate a series of ImageJ commands, to process massive datasets automatically and to store results as desired.
The workshop is broken down into three sessions. Interested participants can sign up for one or more sessions depending on their interest and experience. See tentative schedule below.
If you are interested in this workshop but unable to join this time, please also let us know (email [hidden email]) if you may be able to join the same workshop in the coming months. We MAY host another identical workshop in near future based on the interests shown.
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Session I (November 7th ) ImageJ for beginners: basic ImageJ functions, measurement, filtering, background subtraction, cell counting, particle analysis, and ethics on image processing.
Session II (November 8th ) Advanced ImageJ: morphology filter, thresholding methods, using ImageJ on FRAP, colocalization analysis and wound assay, working with plugins, designing image analysis protocols.
Session III (November 9th ) ImageJ Macro Programming: introduce ImageJ macro programming language, record image process protocols as macro, batch process multiple images, user interactive features in macro, case study with sample codes. This session is aimed towards the non-programmer, however we do expect the participant to have a basic idea of programming flow control syntax ("for" loop, "if-else" control). The participants are strongly encouraged to go through a brief tutorial on the ImageJ official website before the workshop. http://rsb.info.nih.gov/ij/developer/macro/macros.html
Countway Library Computer Classroom
Harvard Medical School
10 Shattuck St.
Boston, MA 02115