With the increasingly vital role of imaging in biological research, knowledge of the latest imaging computational analysis methods is crucial for informing experimental design. Without a thorough understanding of these topics, researchers might be unaware of the types of data that can be collected with current technology and limit the types of experiments that they propose. However, there are very few training opportunities on these topics in most biology programs and core facilities. My vision is therefore to provide the much-needed training and educational resources to keep researchers in-step with cutting-edge methods and technologies.
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