The international network of cutting-edge bioimaging facilities and communities

Exchange of Experience Annual conference for representatives of imaging communities and imaging scientists from around the globe
Working Groups Working groups focused on subjects of interest to the international imaging community
Documents International recommendations on various topics of interest to the global imaging community
Training Events Courses organized around the globe focused on topics of facility management and image data
Job Shadowing On-the-job learning opportunity for imaging facility managers and staff to visit facilities around the globe
Virtual Training Platform Training resource for researchers and imaging scientists who use imaging and microscopy in their daily work

What we do?

Global BioImaging is an international network of imaging infrastructures and communities, which was initiated in 2015 by a european (Horizon 2020) funded project.

Recognizing that scientific, technical and data challenges are universal rather than restricted by geographical boundaries, it brings together imaging facility operators and technical staff, scientists, managers and science policy officers from around the globe, to network, exchange experiences and build capacity internationally.

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Our Mission

To cooperate internationally and propose solutions to the challenges faced by the imaging community globally.

To build a strong case towards the funders that imaging technologies and research infrastructures are key in the advancement of life sciences.

To build capacity internationally, leveraging on each other’s strengths and capabilities.

Imaging technologies and global goals

As they become increasingly powerful, imaging technologies help researchers addressing the grand societal challenges.

Modern biology and medicine are undergoing a profound transformation. New, cutting-edge imaging technologies are driving this change by enabling researchers to visualize and measure – with a precision never reached before – molecular and cellular functions as well as the metabolic processes in live organisms. this is possible thanks to the resolution revolution, exempli ed by two recent nobel prizes for super-resolution and cryo-electron microscopy.

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Healthy Aging
Fight Infectious Deseases
Climate Action
Zero Hunger
Growing Knowledge

Global Network of Imaging Infrastructures and Communities

India BioImaging Consortium
Dr. H. Krishnamurthy, [email protected]
National Laboratory for Advanced Microscopy
Dr. Chris Wood, [email protected]
Dr. Vadim Perez, [email protected]
Latin America
Dr. Chris Wood, [email protected]
Dr. Andrés Kamaid, [email protected]
Dr. Leonel Malacrida, [email protected]
Dr. Lía Pietrasanta, [email protected]
Dr. Alfredo Cáceres, [email protected]
Dr. M. Gustavo Murer, [email protected]