The goal of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center Bioimaging Shared Resource is to advance the scientific research programs of the Cancer Center by providing SKCC investigators powerful, reliable, and readily accessible light microscopy. The Bioimaging Shared Resource provides a FLIM-assisted STED (stimulated emission depletion) super-resolution system, galvo and resonnat laser point-scanning confocals, spinning disk confocal, TIRF (total internal refection fluorescence), and widefield fluorescence modalities. The staff provides in-house training on all instruments.
- Join us for an OPEN HOUSE, December 13th from 12-3 pm. See the new instruments, chat with staff, and meet fellow Jefferson microscopists!
- We've once again updated our technology with the addition of a new, all LED tissue culture screening station, the Nikon Ts2R.
- We will be slowly retiring the Nikon C2 confocal to make room for additional systems and functionalities. Please contact us for more details.
- The BioImaging Shared Resource has updated its website. Use the navigation to the left to explore the new features and resources.
- We are happy to announce the addition of a new Brightfield imaging station. Please contact us to learn more about how this system can be reserved for your color imaging needs.