Harvard NeuroDiscovery Center - Enhanced Neuroimaging Core (HMS)
Location: Enhanced Neuroimaging Core, Goldenson Building, Room 500/501, 220 Longwood Ave., Boston, MA 02115
The Enhanced Neuroimaging Core offers comprehensive training, consultation and support throughout every phase of an imaging experiment. Image acquisition is available on several systems offering confocal, multi-photon, epi-fluorescence, brightfield, DIC, phase contrast, and 6D live cell imaging. Image analysis is supported through several high-end analysis platforms. Please contact Lai Ding, the optical imaging manager, or Daniel Tom, the optical imaging specialist to discuss your imaging needs.
Role: Microscopy Specialist
Phone: (617) 432-1442
Phone: (617) 432-2799
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Location of Core: Enhanced Neuroimaging Core, Goldenson Building, Room 500/501, 220 Longwood Ave., Boston, MA 02115
- Andor Revolution Spinning Disk Confocal Microscope
- Bitplane AutoAligner
- Bitplane Imaris 3D rendering with FilamentTracer
- Leica SP8 X Confocal Microscope
- Leica STED 3X Super-resolution Confocal
- Motic Dissection microscope
- SVI Deconvolution software
- Zeiss LSM 510 META with Two-Photon Laser System
- Enhanced Neuroimaging Core access policy
"Although the facility primarily supports NeuroDiscovery investigators studying neurodegenerative disease, we welcome inquires from other users.
All users must complete training before access to the facility is granted.
Experienced users are provided access out of the regular hours with consent from the Facility Manager. Only those users with sufficient training on the microscopes can gain access to the facility during off-peak hours."
- ImageJ Image Analysis Service
Our core provides image analysis service on custom plugin/macro-script for ImageJ; Journal for Metamorph and custom image analysis protocols. Analysis service includes image filtering, cell counting, image segmentation and measurement, batch data process, particle analysis. The service charge is based on hourly rate same as the microscopy usage. For projects with images taken in our core, this service is free.
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