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Department Facilities

Translational Science Research Building that houses the department.

Translational Science Research Building that houses the department.

View of the East corridor from the North corner.

View of the East corridor from the North corner.

Common meeting-dinning area facing the corner of Union Avenue and S. Manassas Street.

Common meeting-dinning area facing the corner of Union Avenue and S. Manassas Street.

View of the park from a typical room having six desks for fellows.

View of the park from a typical room having six desks for fellows.

High-speed internet-connected desks for fellows (six cubicles per room).

High-speed internet-connected desks for fellows (six cubicles per room).

Departmental cold room.

Departmental cold room.

An electrophysiology-calcium domain identification unit including an FV3000 Olympus microsocope for work on zebrafish.

An electrophysiology-calcium domain identification unit including an FV3000 Olympus microsocope for work on zebrafish. Please contact Dr. Vaithianathan for information.

LaVision BioTec Light-sheet microscope.

LaVision BioTec Light-sheet microscope. Please contact Dr. Sun for more information.

Translational Science Research Building that houses the department.

Climatized room devoted to c. elegans work. Please contact Dr. Jee for more information.

View of the East corridor from the North corner.

Departmental confocal microcope unit (Olympus FV1000 with 6 laser lines-405-458-488-514-559-635 nm). Please contact Dr. Tavalin for information. 

Nanion Patchliner patch-clamp robot for high throughput screening of ion channels. Please contact Dr. Dopico or Dr. Bukiya for information.

One of the two Laser Capture Microscopy units.

One of the two Laser Capture Microscopy units. Please contact Dr. Chen for information.

Translational Science Research Building that houses the department.

Taz 6 3D printer. Please contact Dr. Chen for information.

Two computarized systems to measure in vitro myogenic tone.

Two computarized systems to measure in vitro myogenic tone. Please contact Dr. Bukiya or Dr. Dopico for information.

Translational Science Research Building that houses the department.

Two electrophysiology units for voltage- and current-clamp recordings. Please contact Dr. Tavalin for information.

View of the East corridor from the North corner.

Typical corridor joining the East and West sides of the Department. A high-speed internet connected desk on front left.

Translational Science Research Building that houses the department.

Typical patch-clamp station with computarized drug-delivery system. Please contact Dr. Dopico for information.

Keyence wide-area scanning high-resolution microscope.

Keyence wide-area scanning high-resolution microscope. Please contact Dr. Zhou for information.

Last Published: Mar 12, 2021