Microscopy & Image Analysis Laboratory

Deltavision live cell imaging

The Microscopy and Image Analysis Laboratory (MIL) provides access to advanced microscopes as well as the expertise of dedicated imaging scientists.  We also provide custom image analysis, comprehensive sample preparation for electron microscopy, tissue clearing, and expansion microscopy.  For best results, please let us assist you with every step of the imaging process, from sample preparation through quantitative image analysis.

contact Us

General information or billing questions:  734-763-1170

New user consultations or technical questions:  734-936-4912  or  microscopy@umich.edu

Biomedical Sciences Research Building location:  734-763-1170

North Campus Research Complex location:  734-763-0703

Medical Sciences II location:  Coming Sept 1

 

Microscopy & Image Analysis Laboratory by the Numbers

Founded

Grants Serviced (FY17)

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Events

  • Tools & Technology Seminar Series – Andrei Lomize

    The DCMB Tools and Technology Seminar Series is presented in room 2036, Palmer Commons each Thursday, at 12 noon EST. Each seminar highlights a tool or technology, that is under development or in current use, that is of interest to …

     
  • Tools & Technology Seminar Series – Matt Cybulsky

    The DCMB Tools and Technology Seminar Series is presented in room 2036, Palmer Commons each Thursday, at 12 noon EST. Each seminar highlights a tool or technology, that is under development or in current use, that is of interest to …

     

News

  • Microscopy & Image Analysis Laboratory Phasing Out Histology Services

    In order to better focus on providing access to state-of-the-art microscopy imaging and analysis, the Microscopy & Image Analysis Laboratory (MIL) is phasing out all light microscopy histology services, including cryosectioning, vibratome sectioning, and paraffin processing/embedding/sectioning. Importantly, the MIL will continue to …

     
  • Medical School Office of Research Seeks a Faculty Director for the BRCF DNA Sequencing Core

    The current and founding Director of the DNA Sequencing Core, Bob Lyons, Ph.D., will be retiring in September. To that end, the Medical School Office of Research is accepting nominations for a Faculty Director for the Biomedical Research Core Facilities …