• Courtesy of Ryan Purcell: Human neural progenitor cells differentiated from induced pluripotent stem cells

  • Courtesy of Ryan Purcell: Human neural progenitor cells differentiated from induced pluripotent stem cells

  • Courtesy of Alejandra Valdivia

  • Image courtesy of Pengcheng Han

  • Image courtesy of Kenneth Myers

  • Image courtesy of Kenneth Myers

  • Image courtesy of Ketaki Ganti

  • Image courtesy of Ariel Diaz

  • Image courtesy of Laura Gomez-Perez

  • Image courtesy of Julia Omotade

  • Image courtesy of Yingchun Wang, Li Lab

  • 1st place, 2017 GDBBS Student Research Symposium Image Competiton, Stephanie Pollitt, Zheng Lab

  • 2nd Place, 2017 GDBBS Student Research Symposium Image Competiton, Travis Rotterman, Alvarez Lab

  • 3rdPlace, 2017 GDBBS Student Research Symposium Image Competiton, Emily Summrbell, Marcus Lab

  • 4th place Runner up, GDBBS Student Research Symposium Competition, Alex Chen

  • 5th place Runner up, GDBBS Student Research Symposium Competition, Briana Brown

Information

Welcome

ICI provides state-of-the-art light microscopy tools including Confocal, Live cell, Multi-photon, Widefield, Super resolution, and Image analysis. We provide consultations, expert training, and support for all our systems.

For more information contact us at ICI@emory.edu

Campus locations

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Coming up: SIM Seminar

Learn about how Nikon's N-SIM microscopy system can get past the diffraction barrier of light and double your resolution via structured illumination microscopy.

 

Tuesday, October 30, at 10:00 AM in WBRB rm 400

ICI Slack Group

Join a community of ICI users and staff at emoryici.slack.com!

An Emory email account is all you need.

Past event: MicroTalks


MicroTalks, a microscopy educational seminar series by ICI, ran from August to October. Click here to download slides! 

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Image analysis

Get started on image analysis with our Youtube tutorials. They cover ImageJ/Fiji, CellProfiler, Imaris, and more!

Winship Roundup

ICI was acknowledged in the Winship Roundup as being part of the Shared Resources which helped lead to Winship's new National Cancer Institute Comprehensive Cancer Center designation.