The West Campus Imaging Core provides neuroscience researchers with the training, expertise and equipment that they need to perform fluorescence confocal microscopy of cells, tissues and zebrafish embryos in the living and fixed state. We provide access to well-maintained wide-field, point-scanning and spinning disk confocal microscopes, as well as expert consultation and assistance with design and execution of imaging experiments.

Core Director
Anthony Brown, PhD
Anthony.Brown2@osumc.edu

Core Manager
Paula Monsma
Monsma.1@osu.edu
614-293-0939

Location
Rightmire Hall

Available services

Capabilities include support for long-term time-lapse imaging of cells, tissue slices and zebrafish embryos, advanced imaging applications such as imaging tiling, photoactivation, FRAP and FRET, 3D rendering, and sophisticated image processing and analysis capabilities.

West Campus core policies

Selected publications

Publications that have benefitted from imaging core services.