Rutgers ORA

Office of Research and Economic Development (ORED)

Imaging & Visualization Equipment or Services, Microsopy, Atomic force, Confocal, Epifluoresent

Department : Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Biovision Spinning Disc Microscope includes: Upright Zeiss AxioImager Zi, and; Inverted Axiovert 200M SP. A Confocal Spinning disc Microscope is now available for use in the Microscopy Core. It is the latest technology for optimal live cell imaging and offers high speed and quality image capture under low light conditions. Please contact the director for information about this exciting new addition, and to schedule your training session.

Department : Department of Biomedical Engineering

Equipment includes:

Leica TCS SP2 Confocal Microscopy Workstation

Digital Instruments Bioscope Atomic Force Microscope

Nikon Eclipse TE2000-S

 

 

Department : Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences Institute (EOHSI)/ Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey

The Flow Cytometry/Cell Sorting & Confocal Microscopy Core Facility has been analyzing samples for academic and industrial researchers at reasonable costs since 1985. The goal of the Facility is to give investigators access to state-of-the-art instrumentation, technical expertise and experimental protocols for analysis of cells, particles, and tissues by flow cytometry / cell sorting and confocal microscopy.

For additional information see: http://www.flowcyt.rutgers.edu/index.html

Department : Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development - Molecular Imaging Center

To assist investigators with their imaging data, the Molecular Imaging Center is equipped with computers and advanced data analysis software and raw data access. Please discuss data analysis goals with the Faciulities Manager to coordinate the best means for achieving accurate and consistent analysis.

Department : Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development - Molecular Imaging Center

The Carestream In Vivo MS FX PRO® system is designed for researchers who need to image and monitor pathologies within small animals using optical probes and radioactive probes in 2D.  The system can image small animal models using any combination of fluorescence, luminescence, radio-isotopic and radiographic imaging modalities.  The system comes with a high resolution X-ray system capable of generating high resolution X-ray for co-registering optical signals to anatomical landmarks as well as tracking and quantifying changes in bone and soft tissue.  This system also