Tour the Semcer Lab
Located on the third floor of Gateway North, the Semcer Laboratory features 2D and 3D tissue culture labs, a dedicated room for RNA amplification and gene editing, a chemical cove, histology and 3D printing sections, and a seating area for students.
The lab can accommodate approximately 20 researchers.
State of the art: Shared Facilities
In addition to the equipment in the Semcer Lab, Center for Healthcare Innovation members have access to the shared facilities in the Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and Biomechanical Engineering, as well as Laboratory for Multi-Scale Imaging (LMSI).
Zeiss Confocal Microscope LSM 880
Echo Revolve Fluorescent Microscope
Attune Nxt Flowcytometer & cell sorter
iBright Gel Imager
Quant Studio 5 realtime PCR
Molecular Devices SpectraMax plate reader
PerkinEmer Atomic Absorption Spectrometer AAnalyst 200
HP Lipid Chromatography
Laboratory for MultiScale Imaging (LMSI), operated by Dr. Matt Libera
Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM): JEOL 2100 Plus 200 keV TEM/STEM
Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM): Zeiss Auriga FIB/SEM
Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM): Bruker Bioscope Resolve Atomic Force Microscope
Optical Microscopy: Nikon E-1000 upright and Nikon Ti-E inverted microscope