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Session 15: Frontiers in Visualization of Subcellular Structures

Updated: 2022-08-12

The exploration of higher spatial-temporal resolution imaging methods promotes the analysis of subcellular fractions’ new structures and dynamic changes. The progress made in imaging methods is inseparable from technological innovation, the improvement of probes and the intellectualization of analysis.

The session will discuss cutting-edge issues in the visualization of subcellular structures in terms of imaging methods, probes and analysis approaches.



Chen Liangyi

Professor, Peking University


Wang Lei

Research fellow, Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Invited speakers & reports

Sun Yujie

Professor, Peking University

Report: Functional regulation of nuclear matrix and chromatin structure

Yang Yi

Professor, East China University of Science and Technology

Report: Spatiotemporal tracking of RNA in living cells

Xiong Hanqing

Research fellow, Peking University

Report: Novel live-cell fluorescence imaging technology for vibrational spectrum of molecular coupling

Zhang Yongdeng

Research fellow, Westlake University

Report: Single molecule localization super-resolution imaging technology and its application

Han Hua

Research fellow, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Report: Application of scanning electron microscope three-dimensional reconstruction technique in cell structure analysis 

Zhao Yuzheng

Professor, East China University of Science and Technology

Report: Living cell metabolism monitoring and tracing and life health