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We provide state-of-the-art microscopy technologies for research and teaching in the life sciences. Emphasis is placed on integration of advances in analytical cellular imaging and fluorescence probe technologies to provide some of the most sensitive approaches for molecular analysis of cellular and tissue function.

Image Analysis Laboratory

Established in 1987 to serve microscopy and imaging needs of the investigators in the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM), the laboratory has expanded to serve the Texas A&M University System and currently serves as an Advanced Imaging Facility Core for the interdisciplinary NIEHS-supported Center for Translational Environmental Health Research (CTEHR). The center, a collaboration between Baylor College of Medicine, Texas A&M University and the University of Houston, is one of only 21 Centers of Excellence in the country and will focus on better understanding the effects of the environment on human health. The core supports the goal of the Center to “improve human environmental health by integrating advances in basic, biomedical and engineering research across translational boundaries from the laboratory to the clinic and to the community and back.” The laboratory also provides core support to the  Center for Organ and Cell Biotechnology, a collaboration between the Texas Heart Institute (THI) and CVM with objectives to develop, test, and commercialize disruptive cell & organ biotechnologies  and  molecular tools and to build the medicines of tomorrow.