Center for Advanced Molecular Imaging

    Equipment/facility: Facility

    • Location

      Silverman Hall, Suite 1529 2170 Campus Drive Evanston, IL 60208

    Description

    The Center for Advanced Molecular Imaging (CAMI) provides access to imaging modalities ranging from the nanometer scale to whole animal imaging. These include MRI, nuclear imaging (PET, SPECT, and CT), in vivo bioluminescence and fluorescence imaging, animal housing and prep spaces, and tissue culture.  Image analysis services are available, as are software packages (JIM, Amira, Matlab) and a workstation for users to perform their own data analysis.  Imaging services can be provided for investigators' own animal models, or animal models can be supplied by the Developmental Therapeutics Core. CAMI also houses a 2 photon confocal microscope operated by QBIC and atomic force microscopes operated by NIFTI.

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    animal models
    animals
    microscopes
    bioluminescence
    workstations
    image analysis
    computer programs
    fluorescence
    photons

    Categories

    • Imaging
    • Training
    • Animal Preclinical Services
    • Atomic Force Microscopy
    • Image Analysis
    • Imaging Software
    • Computer Hardware/Software
    • In vivo Animal Imaging
    • Programming and Analysis
    • Two-Photon Imaging

    Resources

    • 9.4T MRI
    • 7T MRI
    • SPECT/CT
    • PET/CT
    • IVIS Spectrum
    • Image analysis
    • Veterinary Technician
    • Study design and data acquisition