Marie Curie Fellows

Meet the ImageInLife fellows!

ESR1: Tamara Sipka (University of Montpellier): New reporters for the study of zebrafish embryo development and immune response

ESR2: Salome Munoz Sanchez (University of Leiden): Correlative light and electron microscopy in the mycobacteria-infected zebrafish embryo

ESR3: Radoslaw Gora (University of Leiden): Single-Molecule Microscopy in zebrafish embryos

ESR4: Mageshi Kamaraj (CNRS): Cell dynamics and genetic regulation in the zebrafish hindbrain morphogenesis

ESR5: Hanh Nguyen (CNRS): Multilevel dynamics in rabbit embryonic development from in vivo multiscale imaging – Comparative approach with zebrafish for appendages patterning

ESR6: Antonia Weberling (University of Cambridge): Live imaging of extra-embryonic tissues morphogenesis in peri- and post-implantation mouse embryos

ESR7: Markjoe Uba (Slovak Technical University of Bratislava): 3D+time image segmentation methods

ESR8: to be recruited very soon

ESR9: Matteo Bernardello (ICFO): Development of a multimodal light sheet microscopes for in vivo embryo imaging

ESR10: Ludovico Maggi (Institut Pasteur): From whole-body imaging to whole-body modeling of viral infection in zebrafish

ESR11: Joel Dokmegang (Manchester Metropolitan University)Mechanogenetic modelling of embryogenesis driven by empirical evidence from 4D microscopy images

ESR12: Laurent Thomas (ACQUIFER): A smart imaging platform for automated high resolution imaging of zebrafish tissues and organs

ESR13: Polycarp Okock (TatraMed Software): Efficient software solutions for medical image processing and analysis

ESR14: Svetlana Jovanic (PhaseView): SPIM in toto imaging for the reconstruction of morphogenesis