ImageInLife brings together 16 partners from 7 EU member states.

The following 10 Beneficiaries are hosting 14 PhD students:

University of Montpellier, France
Principal Investigator and Network coordinator: Georges Lutfalla
Research focus:  Zebrafish embryo development and immune response

Leiden University, The Netherlands
Principal Investigator and Network Training Officer: Annemarie Meijer
Research focus:  Correlative light and electron microscopy in the                                                         mycobacteria-infected zebrafish embryo and Single-molecule microscopy

CNRS, France
Principal Investigator: Nadine Peyrieras
Research focus:  Multilevel dynamics in rabbit and zebrafish embryonic development from in vivo multiscale imaging

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Principal Investigator: Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz
Research focus:  Live imaging of extra-embryonic tissues morphogenesis in peri- and post-implantation mouse embryos

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STUBA), Slovakia
Principal Investigator: Karol Mikula
Research focus:  3D+time image segmentation and cell tracking methods

Fundacio Institut de Ciences Fotoniques (ICFO), Spain
Principal Investigator: Pablo Loza
Research focus:  multimodal light sheet microscope for in vivo embryo imaging

Institut Pasteur, France
Principal Investigator: Jean-Pierre Levraud
Research focus:  Imaging and modelling host-virus interactions in zebrafish                                      larvae

The Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU), United Kingdom
Principal Investigator: Matteo Cavaliere

Research focus:  Mechanogenetic modelling of embryogenesis

Ditabis, Germany
Principal Investigator: Jochen Gehrig
Research focus:  Automated high resolution imaging of zebrafish tissues and                                   organs

TatraMed Software s.r.o., Slovakia
Principal Investigator: Jozef Urban
Research focus:  Efficient software solutions for medical image                                                             processing and analysis