Cellular & Molecular Imaging Core Facility (CMIC)
We offer the combination of instruments and competence that you need to image biological processes from tissue level (histological studies) down to single cell-level and even on an ultrastructural level resolving single proteins. Our services include immunohistochemistry, imaging of fixed tissue or cells and live cells and processing and analysis of these images.
CMIC is a collaboration between three different laboratories:
Manager: Bjørnar Sporsheim
Scientific leader: Terje Espevik
The Lars Onsager Lecturer 2016 is Prof. Stefan Hell from Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen, Germany. Prof. Hell received both the Nobel Prize in Chemistry and the Kavli Prize in nanoscience in 2014.
Prof. Hell's Onsager Lecture will be presented on November 2, 2016, at 11:15 in EL3.
Contact and Service Request
The Faculty of Medicine,
Cellular & Molecular Imaging Core Facility
Kunnskapssenteret, 2rd Floor (3. etg.)
St. Olavs Hospital
Olav Kyrres gate 10