SEMINAR: Special Plant Biology Seminar: Peta Clode (CMCA): "The CMCA: An old dog with new tricks"
|Special Plant Biology Seminar: Peta Clode (CMCA): "The CMCA: An old dog with new tricks" : CMCA now offers many new and exciting opportunities for bio-researchers.
The Centre for Microscopy, Characterisation and Analysis (CMCA) provides local researchers and students in biology and biomaterials with access to infrastructure and expertise across imaging (small animal, optical, confocal, 3-D and electron microscopies), analytical (elemental, isotopic, and compound analysis) and flow cytometry (population analysis, phenotyping and sorting) platforms.
With the ongoing acquisition of new bio-focussed key facilities and staff, this seminar will aim to present an overview of CMCA’s current capabilities in the biological and biomaterials space. In particular, new capabilities, research applications, plus current and future opportunities for local researchers working with bio-related samples to engage with CMCA will be presented.
For more information on CMCA see: www.cmca.uwa.edu.au/facilities
About the speaker: Peta Clode has been at the CMCA for almost 10 years. Currently she is head of CMCA’s biological and biomedical applications area. Peta’s main interests lie in metals in biology and cell structure-function relationships, with particular expertise in sample preparation, imaging and analytical techniques in the biosciences. Through her position at CMCA, Peta has experience working with plants, animals, cell cultures, bacteria, algae, polymers, liquid suspensions, biominerals, soils, parasites and various other sample types.
Associate Professor Peta Clode (Head, Biological & Biomedical Sciences CMCA)
Botany Seminar Room, Botany Building, Hackett Entrance 3
: 6488 2205
Thu, 22 Nov 2012 13:00
Thu, 22 Nov 2012 14:00
Ricarda Jost <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mon, 19 Nov 2012 06:34
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