Microscopy

N-SIM Super Resolution

About Us:

The Microscopy Core 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:

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General information or billing questions: 734-763-1170

Technical questions: 734-936-4912 or microscopy@umich.edu

 

Find Us:

Biomedical Sciences Research Building (BSRB), Rm A830: 734-763-1170

North Campus Research Complex Building 20 (NCRC), Rm 53S: 734-763-0703

Medical Sciences II (Med Sci II), Rm 5631: 734-647-8251

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Microscopy Core by the Numbers

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Events

  • Explore Advanced Applications Using the Ze5 Cell Analyzer

    Training Hosted by Bio-Rad & the Flow Cytometry Core Join Bio-Rad Field Application Specialist Xiaoti Guo, Ph.D., as we explore some advanced applications using the ZE5 Flow Cytometer. This technology allows researchers to push the limits of conventional flow cytometry. …

       
  • DNA Sequencing Core Symposium: Honoring Bob Lyons

    DNA Sequencing Core Faculty Director Bob Lyons, Ph.D., is ending his stellar 23-year career at the University of Michigan on Thursday, November 8 with a symposium. Join us in celebrating his retirement. The event will include: Remarks from Steve Kunkel, …

     

News

  • Welcome the NovaSeq 6000

    The NovaSeq 6000 combines 2 color SBS chemistry with the nanowell patterned flow cell. There are four flow cells options, SP, S1, S2, and the S4. There are two different ways to load the Flow cell, individual lane loading (XP) …

         
  • Meet Roland: Vector Core’s Newest Member

    Roland Hilgarth, Ph.D. In August, Roland Hilgarth, Ph.D., joined the Vector Core as a Research Lab Specialist Lead. While growing up in St. Louis, MO, he often found himself in his parent’s garden, studying bugs and determining which could help, …