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Gal and colleagues are editing a JoVE collection

TL/DR: If you use optical approaches to study neuroregeneration, consider submitting an abstract to our collection and (after review) get a videotaping crew from JoVE to come and document your methods. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Katie Thompson-Peer, Sam Chung, and I are launching a videotaped Methods Collection titled “Optical Approaches in Intact Animals to Study Neuroregeneration” in the Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE): https://www.jove.com/methods-collections/2500 We invite researchers that use these methods to submit an abstract briefly describing their imaging, surgery, reimaging, quantification, or animal processing techniques. We want to provide a resource for disseminating techniques, training students, and empowering regeneration research! The manuscripts will be editorially and peer-reviewed (typically 1-2 months), a script will be generated, and a videographer will film the procedure at the authors’ lab. If you are interested, email any of us, or submit an abstract here: https://www.jove.com/methods.../submit-an-abstract... If you know of someone that might be interested, please share with them or with us. https://thompson-peer-lab.wixsite.com/home https://sites.google.com/view/wormneurolab https://www.HaspeLab.org/

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