Unit for Anatomy, Pathology and Forensic Medicine
The group conducts research and teaches students in the areas of anatomy, histology, pathology and forensic medicine.
The Electron Microscopy Laboratory (EM-Lab): The laboratory has two transmission electron microscopes (TEMs). One of which is equipped with STEM and x-ray microanalysis. The scanning microscope has a built-in ultramicrotome for high resolution 3D volume reconstruction.
The Cell Laboratory: At this lab, cell cultivation is performed for various research projects. Techniques used include molecular genetics studies, micro-array, and electron microscopy.
The Histology Laboratory: The laboratory is a core facility at NTNU (the Cellular and Molecular Imaging Core facility (CMIC)), where researchers may place orders for histochemical , immunohistochemical and molecular genetics studies (such as in situ hybridisation).
The Anatomy Unit: The unit is responsible for the embalming and preparation of bodies donated for educational purposes (such as dissection).
- Forensic Toxicology (ForTox). Leaders: Ivar Skjåk Nordrum and Lars Slørdal
- The Brain Tumour Project. Leader: Sverre H. Torp
- Breast Cancer Subtypes. Leader: Anna Bofin
- Contact: Haakon Skogseth