Micro Imaging

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] currently manages three confocal and several conventional fluorescence microscopes within PC2 laboratories, as well as a deconvolution microscope within a PC3 laboratory forming part of the Burnet Cell Imaging Facility.

Staff are available to assist with experimental design and techniques such as live and fixed cell imaging, time-lapse, 3D, high resolution of large areas, fluorescence, brightfield, phase, DIC, and ion imaging. Staff will also advise researchers who are purchasing a new microscope to help ensure that they order the appropriate technology to suit their needs.

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

HIV proteins seen through the super resolution microscope.

Training on microscopes is conducted on request and is usually coupled with a discussion on the imaging requirements of the research project. Training seminars and workshops are also conducted to help broaden understanding of imaging technology.


Contact Stephen Cody

Monash Micro Imaging