Electron microscopy is provided by the Department of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences.
Faculty, trainees, students and other researchers visit our facility when their work requires technology for high resolution thin section work and biological specimen preparation.
Our facility lab provides support for:
The system is fully equipped with a cryostage and Gatan 16 megapixel camera for cyroEM and the MirrorCLEM software for correlative light electron microscopy (CLEM).
The Leica offers a dedicated cryo objective for high resolution imaging of vitrified samples. It has a cryostage with synchronized objective lid for optimized cryo specimen conditions.
Our facility also houses:
Our services are available for use for a fee by students, faculty, staff and outside institutions and companies for research projects and instruction.
Contact Don MacFarland for an initial consultation prior to selecting a service. The consultation will determine the best and most cost-effective experimental strategy and methods to achieve your goals.
We are available to assist investigators in routine sample preparation for transmission electron microscopy analysis.
We also offer training and project consultation.
Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
955 Main Street, Room B2206A
Buffalo, NY 14203-1121