Fluorescence Microscopy and Electrophysiology
The Digital Microscopy Lab (10th Floor, Altschul Hall) contains four workstations, each equipped with a Nikon compound fluorescence microscope and PhysioStation for cellular electrophysiology. Each workstation also has a digital camera and an associated software analysis program.
A high-resolution data projector is connected to all workstations, allowing students to view images from any of the microscopes (separately or simultaenously) on the screen in front of the lab. These workstations are used extensively in upper-level lab courses, and in student and faculty research.
The Confocal Lab (4th floor, Milbank Hall) contains a a Zeiss LSM 510 Meta confocal microscope. This state-of-the-art system offers students and faculty the ability to image a variety of fluorophores at high-resolution, and to reconstruct three-dimensional structures from obtained images.
Image taken by the Confocal Microscope | Provided by Dr. Wallenfang