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NIH National Network for Cryo-ET Webinar Series
The National Network for Cryo-Electron Tomography is an NIH-funded consortium whose mission is to provide access to both the instrumentation and expert staff for advancing the original research of scientific investigators and for training those new to cryo-electron tomography. Learn more about this National Network, about cryo-ET and about how you can access world-class resources for cryo-ET by joining us for this webinar series.

July 8: An introduction and overview of the National cryo-ET Network, Elizabeth R. Wright, MCCET

July 15: High pressure freezing, the waffle method and cryo-FIB, Mykhailo Kopylov, NCITU

July 22: Correlative cryogenic light, electron microscopy and tomography, Gong-Her Wu, SCSC

July 29: Preparation of select murine brain sections for HPF, cryo-CLEM and cryo-ET, Michael H.B. Stowell, CCET

August 12: Structural studies of virus infection using CLEM, FIB, cryo-ET, Jie E. Yang, MCCET

August 12: Open Q&A: Stay on after the end of our webinar for a bonus session on how to submit an application to access the network.
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