Curriculum and cross-training partners
The Transformative High Resolution Cryo-Electron Microscopy program is a NIH Common Fund program that aims to:
broaden access to high-resolution cryoelectron microscopy (cryoEM) for biomedical researchers, by creating national service centers, and cultivating a skilled workforce, through the development and implementation of cryoEM training material.
Find out more here: https://commonfund.nih.gov/cryoem/.
National Curriculum Development
Grant Jensen’s “Getting Started in cryoEM” course
Expansion of the ‘Getting Started in Cryo-EM’ course into a comprehensive theory and practice curriculum
Peter Shen and Janet Iwasa’s “cryoEM 101“
Interactive, Self-Paced Training Modules for the Cryo-EM Novice
Yingjie Chen and Weng Jiang’s “cryo VR“
Virtual Reality Augmented Hands-on Cryo-EM Training
Fred Sigworth’s “Principles of cryoEM“
Curriculum: principles of cryo-EM structure determination
• Fred’s lecture YouTube playlist