NCITU & NCCAT will be offering a 1 week workshop focused on the theory and practice of tomographic methods. Cryo-electron tomography (cryo-ET) is still emerging as a technique for directly visualizing macromolecular associations and organization in native cells. This course will step through each stage of the cryo-ET workflow (specimen preparation, data acquisition, computational processing, and national infrastructure) and present methodologies that participating trainees could implement at their home institutions. The course curriculum will cover cutting-edge methods in cryo-ET and help attendees accelerate their research with exposure to these methods. The mornings involve lectures and stimulating round table discussions. The afternoons offer hands-on practicals to reinforce fundamental concepts and topics covered earlier in the day. Users are welcome to bring their own samples and/or data.