CCR Microscopy Core

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Mission and Goals

The mission of the CCR Microscopy Core Facility is to support the microscopy and digital imaging needs of investigators studying the biological structures and cellular processes involved in the cell biology of cancer by applying our diverse imaging resources, expertise, and quality customer service. The goal is to provide cutting-edge imaging technology, expert consultation and training, image analysis, and data management for investigators to advance their cancer research.

Expertise

The Core places an emphasis on training users to be independent but the staff is available to help in all phases of the experiment. The Core provides expertise in confocal, two-photon, super-resolution Airyscan and Structured Illumination (SIM), and Lightsheet imaging applications that are available to all CCR investigators free of charge. We provide consultation in sample preparation and experimental design, and train users on the efficient and appropriate use of advanced microscopy imaging methods, image data processing, and comprehensive image analysis.

Our Team

CCR Microscopy Core

Michael Kruhlak, Ph.D.

Facility Head

kruhlakm@nih.gov

240-858-3342

Building 37, Room B114E

Staff Biography

Langston Lim, M.S., M.B.A.

Biologist

limla@nih.gov

240-760-6927

Building 37, Room B114D

Staff Biography

Andy Tran, Ph.D.

Biologist

tranad@mail.nih.gov

240-760-6733

Building 37, Room B114F

Staff Biography

CCR Microscopy Core

Street:

37 Convent Drive

Building:

37

Room:

B114

City:

Bethesda

State:

MD

Zip Code:

20892