The RII Imaging Cores - Optical facility is a scientific core facility with two locations (Marley and Life Sciences North) dedicated to the acquisition of images for research, industrial and clinical applications. We offer training and multi-user access to high quality state-of-the-art technologies and cost effective analytical services.
The Marley location features an inverted point scanning confocal microscope, an upright confocal/multiphoton microscope with superresolution capabilities, a fluorescence stereo microscope and a research quality microwave. The manager for this location is Patty Jansma.
The Life Sciences North location features a dedicated superresolution fluoresence microscope (structured illumination, SIM), an inverted multifunction widefield microscope (color brightfield, polarized light, fluorescence), an inverted multifunction widefield microscope capable of "confocal-like" images in thinner samples (color brightfield, polarized light, fluorescence), and an image analysis workstation. The manager for this location is Doug Cromey.
The core facility provides training and support for users from the University of Arizona and the community on a fee-for-service basis.
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RII Core Facilities policy regarding acknowledging cores and staff - https://live-core-facilities.pantheonsite.io/acknowledging-cores
University of Arizona - UA RII Imaging Cores - Optical core facility, RRID:SCR_012429 RRID is actually AZ Genetics Core
This facility is administered by the Core Facilities department of the Office for Research, Innovation and Impact at the University of Arizona.