Updated Training Policy – 6/23/2021

The Microscopy Core will now accept up to 2 members from the same lab for any given training. Facemasks must be worn by the trainees and the Microscopy Core staff member during the training regardless of each individual’s vaccination status. Outside of training, the Microscopy Core (a non-patient-facing entity) will adhere to the facemask guidelines provided by the University of Michigan and Michigan Medicine.

The Microscopy Core

provides access to advanced light and electron microscopes as well as the expertise of dedicated imaging scientists. We provide custom image analysis, comprehensive sample preparation for electron microscopy, as well as clearing and expansion for light microscopy.

Please also take advantage of our imaging-related learning resources.

“For best results, please let us assist you with every step of the imaging process, from sample preparation through quantitative image analysis.”

General Information


Our Locations:

Biomedical Sciences Research Building (BSRB), Rm A830

North Campus Research Complex Building 20 (NCRC), Rm 53S

Medical Sciences II (Med Sci II), Rm 5631

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