Interpreting bioimages with deep learning

Virginie Uhlmann and her research group sit at the junction of mathematics, computer science, and biology. Their mission is to develop methods for analysing microscopy images, to ultimately help understand health, disease, and how life functions at a molecular level.
Microscopy image showing mouse cells in blue on a dark background. The mouse cells look like little blue blobs.
Mouse cells, part of a study to understand the role in fertility of BRCA2, a tumour suppressor gene. Credit: BioImage Archive accession S-BIAD166

Tags: big data, bioimage analysis, bioimage archive, bioinformatics, deep learning, open data, Uhlmann,