Concepts in Parasitology - CLEM at CAM

Friday 16 December 2016
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On 28th and 29th November, 12 students from Australian and overseas institutes attended a CLEM (correlative light and electron microscopy) module, held here at CAM. This module formed part of the Australian Society of Parasitology's annual Concepts in Parasitology course.

The 2 week course was first held in 2014, offering students a unique opportunity to work with prominent Australian parasitologists and learn state-of-the-art research techniques through a series of lectures, tutorials and practical sessions. The CLEM module was held at CAM, with students attending the rest of the course at the ANU's Kioloa Coastal Campus.

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