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(Oct. 6, 2022)

Student Work on Display at Library

The exhibit "A Self-Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: Anshul Roy," on display at the Biblio Gallery in Bird Library, features photos taken with Leica confocal microscopes in the Blatt Bioimaging Center.

(June 29, 2022)

Demystifying Light Microscopy with Blatt Bioimaging Center. Lectures on Light Microscopy, Sample Prep, and Image J Usage.

Sample prep and imaging workshop with the Hehnly lab and Blatt Bioimaging center.

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(March 23, 2022)

General Topics in Microscopy Lecture from Zeiss Representative

Dr. Kevin O'Keefe, Product Applications Specialist from Zeiss Microscopy will be giving a lecture on March 28th at 2pm in 106 LSC (Lundgren room) on topics in microscopy.

microscopy image

(Jan. 20, 2022)

Advanced Microscopy Class

Dr. Hehnly's Spring Advanced Microscopy Course is almost here!

Dr. Teng-Leong Chew instructing the FIJI Image Processing and Analysis Workshop.

(Oct. 6, 2020)

The 1st National PAIR-UP Image Processing Workshop is hosted at Syracuse University

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.

Zeiss LSM980 with Airyscan2 live cell imaging of rat pancreatic beta cells (INS1- 832/13) transiently transfected with mEmerald-LifeAct.

(July 1, 2020)

NIH funds high resolution confocal microscope

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.

(June 3, 2020)

Syracuse University COVID-19 guidance for researchers

The latest Syracuse University-wide Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance for researchers can be found on the University’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) website: Return to Campus Research.

Cover page of the February  2019 ASCB newsletter.

(Feb. 1, 2019)

Why do microvilli translocate?

Ligand sensing structures like microvilli translocate in the plane of the plasma membrane. What is the functional significance of this and what are the mechanisms of force production and structural integrity?