Advanced Imaging Center
The PLRC Advanced Imaging Center supports liver research through the Center for Biologic Imaging.
The Center for Biologic Imaging (CBI) is one of the largest optical imaging centers in the country. The mission of the Center for Biologic Imaging is to provide integrated elite level access and training on infrastructure used for research, education, technology development and collaboration in Microscopy, Biophotonics and Imaging. The Center is deeply committed to providing open and transparent access to the most cutting edge optical imaging equipment to all biomedical research faculty, though with priority where access is intended to lead to funded collaborations or where funded collaborations pre-exist and joint outputs such as co-authored publications, IP filings and grant applications will result. In addition, where practical, research infrastructure will be available for use by external researchers and industry users subject to the availability of instrument time and support staff.
- Live cell and multiphoton microscopy
- Immunofluorescence and confocal microscopy
- Electron Microscopy
For a complete list of available resources and information on requesting them, please visit the CBI website.
Donna Stolz runs the Electron Microscopy lab at CBI, contact for planning experiments which involve electron microscopy.
Jon Franks (EM), Electron Microscopy Lab Manager - SEM and TEM imaging
Mark Ross (LM), Light Lab Manager - Immunofluorescence and confocal microscopy