Blatt BioImaging Center
The Blatt BioImaging Center is a light microscopy core facility that focuses on live cell and enhanced resolution imaging of diverse model organisms ranging from cells to organoids and whole organisms. Located on the 3rd floor in the Biology Department in the Life Sciences Complex (Rooms 357A and 359) the imaging center houses state-of-the art confocal microscopes and high-resolution bright field imaging systems. The resources and services of the Blatt BioImaging Center are open to biomedical scientists (students, staff and faculty) at Syracuse University and external investigators at both academic institutions and commercial enterprises in the Upstate New York area.
News and Updates
The Blatt Imaging Center is hosting the first national PAIR-UP (Partnering to Advance Imaging Research for URM Scientist Program) workshop on image processing. The invited instructor for the 3-day virtual workshop will be Dr. Teng-Leong Chew, Director of the Advanced Imaging Center at HHMI Janelia Research Campus.
The first NIH S10 application in SU history provides funding to purchase the new Zeiss LSM980 with Airyscan2 technology. The confocal microscope is on order and will be available for researchers by the end of December 2020.