Quantitative biomedical imaging is typically possible by either direct (microscopic) or indirect (tomographic) modalities.
Tomography (coming from the Greek (tomos = slice) is the science of computationally quantitatively-obtaining ("reconstructing") the internal structure of a medium of interest from the data obtained by interaction of an interrogating signal with the medium. Microscopy in turn allows us to magnify, resolve and quantify spatial organization and dynamic processes in biological systems.
At the end of the course, it is expected that the candidates will be able to
(a) understand foundational aspects of tomography and microscopy in biomedical driven imaging,
(b) write and execute basic tomographic reconstruction algorithms along with an understanding of the underlying assumptions, as well as the corresponding application areas, and,
(c) get exposed to super-resolution microscopy and image analysis
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There are 50 seats for the short term course. To be short-listed for the course, interested candidates may fill the Google form
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