About the QBI Society

The Quantitative BioImaging Society seeks to foster the scientific exchange of researchers with interest in quantitative imaging in biological and biomedical sciences. A particular emphasis is to promote interdisciplinary interactions between physicists, engineers, chemists, mathematicians, biologists, etc. One of the main activities to date has been the organization of the Quantitative BioImaging Conference that is held annually at different locations worldwide. We are actively working on expanding our range of offerings and are very interested to hear about ideas for future initiatives.

The QBI society is governed by a board of directors. It is a non-profit organization dedicated to the furtherance of scientific research in the area of bioimaging, with particular emphasis on its quantitative aspects.

The Board of Directors or the Society has the following members:

Raimund Ober (President)

Christopher Calderon (Secretary)

Keith Lidke

The QBI society is a non-profit organization recognized in the United States of America (the QBI Society has been recognized by the US Internal Revenue Service as a charitable 501(c)(3) non-profit organization since 2016).