The clips are a labour of love and have been a year in the making. To celebrate their birth, the red carpet will literally be rolled out for their creators, three scientist-animators: Dr Kate Patterson from Garvan, Chris Hammang from CSIRO, and Dr Maja Divjak from Melbourne’s Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research.[Link]
‘VizbiPlus: Visualising the Future of Biomedicine’ is a new project funded by the Inspiring Australia government initiative, the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, the Walter & Eliza Hall Institute, and CSIRO. Its goal is to train three scientists to create scientifically accurate 3D animations that explain the latest biomedical research in a way that inspires and engages the general public, and then present this work in public events to maximise the reach of the work.
Here is a short seminar that I gave to the PhD students at the end of 2013.
If gives a brief over-view of the do’s and don’ts on how to get a Post-Doc position.
From finding a lab, to writing the intro email.
I am pleased to announce that the latest publication for the lab is now available online at PLoS ONE [Link][PDF].
Below are some additional videos of the Chromotek HeLa cell line [link] undergoing cell division, with the Imaris Dot quantification overlaid, along with a instructional video on how to perform the dot quantification analysis using Imaris Software.