2014 Nobel Prize winners are past ISBI speakers !

ISBI congratulates the 2014 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry: – Eric Betzig, Plenary Speaker ISBI’2012 – Stefan Hell, Plenary Speaker ISBI’2004 – W.E. Moerner, Special Focus Speaker, ISBI’2012

Brooklyn in blue….

New Tutorials posted! Plenty of Challenges to join! And registration to open very very soon…

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50 best U.S. cities for biking? New York tops list

That says it all…. Biking is easy in NY City and lots of fun….. Come and check it out, right from out in front of the conference hotel….

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The bridge

That’s the Brooklyn bridge, and that’s the true color of the sky here, almost every day….. The bridge can be crossed by foot, bike, car…..and the next one hosts the subway. It is truely beautiful and cool. Trust us on this !

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New York CIty Subway System

The subway system in NY is fantastic. A pride of the city. Works non-stop, safe, fast, cheap to travel long distances, it will take you EVERYWHERE, and there are so many places to visit, days or nights….

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Key Dates and Call for Papers

Notifications of accepted papers will be sent on January 23rd 2015.

4-Page Paper Submission
November 10th, 2014
November 24th, 2014

1-Page Abstract Submission
Dec. 20th , 2014
Jan. 12th , 2015

Challenges
Proposal Submission
Sept. 30th 2014

Tutorials, Special, Sessions
Proposal Submission
Sept. 10th 2014

PLENARY SPEAKERS

We are proud to have the following distinguished lecturers as our keynote speakers: read more...

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ISBI 2015 HIGHLIGHTS

Bioimaging has continued to evolve across a wide spectrum of applications from diagnostics to personalized therapy to mechanistic understanding of biological processes. The field continues to be challenged with ever increasing demand on more robust methods and integration with clinical and molecular data.

The 2015 IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging will be held April 16-19, at the New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge, NY, USA. ISBI is a joint initiative of the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) and IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS).
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