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National Biomedical Center
for Advanced Electron Spin Resonance Technology

Our research is supported by a grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS), part of the National Institutes of Health.

ACERT Workshop 2011
“ESR Microscopy and Its Applications in Biomedical ESR Imaging”
JANUARY 16, 17, AND 18, 2011

last update:   June 30, 2015

The National Biomedical Center for Advanced ESR Technology (ACERT)
Baker Laboratory of Chemical and Chemical Biology at Cornell University
PROGRAM


Sunday,  JANUARY 16

CORNELL STATLER HOTEL
6:00PM–7:00PM Informal Gathering,The Regent Lounge  [Cash Bar]
7:00PM DINNER Opening Welcome, Jack Freed, Rowe Room

Monday,  JANUARY 17TH

Monday Morning Session: CORNELL STATLER HOTEL, Ballroom B
7:30–8:30 BREAKFAST Buffet (Continental Breakfast), Ballroom B Foyer
8:40 Welcome by Jack Freed
8:459:15 Lecture 1: Jack H. Freed “ESR Microscopy at ACERT
Abstract
9:15–9:25 Discussion and Questions
9:25–9:55 Lecture 2 Chang Seok Shin “Sub-micron Resolution of Pulsed ESR Microscopy and Its Application for Biological/Biomedical Research
Abstract
9:55–10:05 Discussion and Questions
10:05–10:25 Coffee Break
10:25–10:55 Lecture 3 Oleg Grinberg “Climbing to Bio-Med: An Historical Overview
Abstract
10:55–11:05 Discussion and Questions
11:05–11:35 Lecture 4 Howard J. Halpern “ The Importance of Understanding the Microscopic Distribution of Trityl Radicals for EPR Oxygen Images
Abstract
11:35–11:45 Discussion and Questions
12:30–1:45 LUNCH Buffet STATLER Ballroom A

Monday Afternoon Session
: CORNELL STATLER HOTEL, Ballroom B
2:00 Opening Remarks Jack Freed
2:05–2:50 Lecture 5 Aharon Blank "ESR Microscopy - Current Capabilities and Future Directions"
Abstract
2:50–3:00 Discussion and Questions
3:00–3:30 Lecture 6 Curt Dunnam “Instrumentation for ESR Microscopy
Abstract
3:30–3:40 Discussion and Questions
3:40–4:00 Coffee Break
4:00–4:40 Lecture 7 Sankaran Subramanian “Advances in time-domain EPR imaging: Towards slice-selected, globally phase-encoded Echo-based FT-EPR imaging and quantitative in vivo oximetry.”
Abstract
4:40–4:50 Discussion and Questions
4:50– Round Table Discussion
6:00–7:00 Informal Gathering, The Regent Lounge, Statler Hotel [Cash Bar]
7:00–9:00 DINNER – CORNELL’S STATLER HOTEL  Terrace Lounge

Tuesday, JANUARY 18TH

Tuesday Morning Session: CORNELL STATLER HOTEL, Ballroom B
7:30–8:30 BREAKFAST Buffet (Continental Breakfast), Ballroom B Foyer
8:40 Opening Remarks Jack Freed
8:45–9:15 Lecture 8  John Marohn “Force-gradient detection of electron spin resonance from a nitroxide spin label: A path to single-nitroxide sensitivity and applications in biology
Abstract
9:15–9:25 Discussion and Questions
9:25–9:55 Lecture 9  Periannan Kuppusamy “Molecular and Crystalline Spin Probes Encapsulated in Polymeric Materials for Oxygen Sensing
Abstract
9:55–10:05 Discussion and Questions
10:05–10:25 Coffee Break
10:25–10:55 Lecture 10  Jay L. Zweier “New Trityl Probes and their use for Measurement and Imaging of Cellular Oxygenation and Redox State
Abstract
10:55–11:05 Discussion and Questions
11:05–11:45 Informal Discussion, Jack Freed, Moderator: Future for ESR Microscopy
12:30–1:45 LUNCH Buffet STATLER’s Ballroom A

Tuesday Afternoon Session
: Cornell Campus: ACERT LABORATORY

Baker Laboratory, Dept. of Chemistry
2:00–2:10 Introductory comments: Jack H. Freed
2:10–3:10 Tour
3:10– Informal Discussion and Workshop Concluding Remarks: Future for ESR Microscopy
(Coffee and Refreshments self served)

Abstracts

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