dr. Herlinde De Keersmaecker (PhD)
Daily operation manager-Ghent Light Microscopy (GLiM) CORE at Ghent University
Principal investigator: prof. Kevin Braeckmans (PhD)
The Ghent Light Microscopy (GLiM) CORE (former Centre for Advanced Light Microscopy) at Ghent University is a university-wide core facility clustering expertise with both standard and specialized microscopes to support life science research located in Flanders, Belgium. We aim to provide high end instrumentation and expertise thereby making light microscopy accessible for researches independently of their experience level. We facilitate microscopy experiments to ensure high-quality scientific research where light microscopy plays an indispensable role. We feature a broad gamma of light microscopy equipment from standard to custom build microscopes. On all instruments, we offer service measurements or access to the equipment to perform your own experiments. To ensure optimal use of our instrumentations, we provide one-to-one expert advice, training and full technical support. The instruments are accessible for users of all levels of experience. Besides training on the use of our instruments, we also commit to offer education in the form of a Specialist course.
Contact & links
- Lab address: Ottergemsesteenweg 460, 9000 Ghent
- Ghent Light Microscopy CORE
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- Herlinde De Keersmaecker & The Centre for Advanced Light Microscopy provide services for microscopy facility. They provide instruments, training and services in light and fluorescence microscopy. For more info please check this website.
- Herlinde De Keersmaecker is involved in Flanders BioImanging: Flanders BioImaging (FBI) is an interuniversity consortium dedicated to biomedical imaging and advanced light microscopy, that was set up to integrate, optimize, rationalize and coordinate available imaging infrastructure in Flanders, facilitating access to external users.
- Herlinde De Keersmaecker is interested to receive invitations for presentations or talks, and is available to present the Ghent Light Microscopy CORE.