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ZEISS is partnering with the University of Oxford bringing ground-breaking microscopy imaging equipment, and analysis tools, to advance the study of global health and disease.

Shown (from left to right)
Bernhard Zimmermann, Head of Life Sciences at ZEISS Research Microscopy Solutions
Martin Fischer, Head of Global Sales & Service, ZEISS Research Microscopy Solutions
Professor Irene Tracey, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford
Professor Marco Fritzsche, Scientific Director of the Oxford-ZEISS Centre of Excellence
Dr. Leong Chew, Director, AIC Janelia Research Campus
Professor Paul Riley, Director of the IDRM
Shown (from left to right) Dr Bernhard Zimmermann, Martin Fischer, Professor Irene Tracey, Professor Marco Fritzsche, Dr Leong Chew, Professor Paul Riley.

On 21 February, the Oxford-ZEISS Centre of Excellence in Biomedical Imaging (Oxford-ZEISS CoE) officially opened its doors to the research community at the University of Oxford. The new centre is a collaboration between the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology and the Institute of Developmental & Regenerative Medicine, in partnership with ZEISS. It promises to deliver the latest imaging technologies and analysis approaches to advance the study of global health and disease. 

Professor Irene Tracey, Vice-Chancellor of the University, who officially opened the Oxford-ZEISS CoE said: 'Seeing is no longer sufficient for believing. It is becoming increasingly apparent that the grand challenge for the biological imaging community is robust quantification of real biological phenomena from increasingly complex and demanding imaging data sets.'

Read the full story on the Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology & Musculoskeletal Sciences website