Micro Imaging

Micro Imaging of HIV proteins seen through the super resolution microscope.

HIV proteins seen through the super resolution microscope.

Monash Micro Imaging at the Alfred Research Alliance ([email protected], formerly [email protected]) manages core imaging resources within Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute, Monash University Central Clinical School and the Burnet Cell Imaging Facility.

[email protected] manages core imaging resources within the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute, Monash Central Clinical School and the Burnet Institute.

Resources include three confocal and several conventional fluorescence microscopes within PC2 laboratories and a dedicated deconvolution microscope within a PC3 laboratory. Super resolution technologies are also available that enable imaging beyond the capability of conventional microscopes.

For more information, click the button below, contact[email protected] or visit platforms.monash.edu/mmi

Monash Micro Imaging