Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Harvard Medical School, USA
Congress Vice Chair
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Paris Saclay University
The Allen Institute for Brain Science
Weizmann Institute of Science
In this OSA Congress, the latest advances in molecular probe development, life science imaging, novel and more powerful optical instrumentation and its application to study fundamental biological processes and clinical investigations will be presented. This progress in instrumentation development and its rapid application represents important enablers that permit studies not possible a few years ago.
Cumulatively, the meetings in this congress bring together leaders in the field whose contributions are significantly advancing the state of the art in biological and medical research through the use of optical technologies.
An essential benefit of an in-person meeting is the ability to network with other attendees and talk in-depth with speakers and poster presenters. This OSA Meeting may be virtual, but there are still opportunities to meet up and talk in-depth and to make those professional connections. (The only thing you’ll miss is the handshake.)
We are pleased to offer a digital forum, an extension of the 1:1 poster discussions and hallway conversations through the discord platform for all registered attendees.
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