Doctoral student accepted to attend NeuroPixels & Openscope Workshop

Doctoral student Ta-Tyonna Buck from Dr. Williams’ Lab has been accepted to attend the NeuroPixels & Openscope Workshop at the Allen Institute in Seattle, Washington. Buck will have the opportunity to work with other top scientists and researchers in the field of neuroscience and develop her skills in state-of-the-art neural circuitry and live cell imaging techniques.

Buck’s acceptance to the workshop is a significant achievement and reflects her strong commitment to neuroscience research. The workshop is highly competitive, and Buck’s selection demonstrates her exceptional qualifications and potential in the field.

The NeuroPixels & Openscope workshop is an intensive training program that provides participants with hands-on experience in cutting-edge neuroscience technologies and techniques. Buck will have access to advanced microscopes, imaging software, and computational tools, and will work on projects alongside other leading researchers in the field.

Buck’s participation in the workshop is expected to enhance her research skills and help her to make significant contributions to the field of neuroscience. We congratulate Buck on this exceptional opportunity and wish her all the best in her future endeavors.

ā€œIā€™d like to learn from pioneers in the field on how to capture the excitation of reactive astrocytes in real-time. Imaging techniques from this workshop would be beneficial in my research, as it not only introduces a new in vivo imaging technique to my lab, but also aids in the advancement of data collection and analysis for my current and future research projects while attending the University of Florida,ā€ said Buck.