The Research Cores Seminar Series held via Zoom highlights key services that our cutting-edge core facilities offer to assist with the critical advances in biomedical research. This series is geared towards research investigators, postdocs and students who are interested to see how services provided by the WCM Institutional Cores can play a major role in their biomedical research.
Thursday, May 11th, 2023: 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Quantitative Light and Electron Microscopic Immunocytochemical Studies in the Brain - Neuroanatomy Electron Microscopy Core
Dr. Teresa Milner Ph.D., Core Director
Dr. Jimcy Platholi Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Neuroscience in Anesthesiology
This session will give an overview of how the NEM Core supports investigators with the incorporation of sophisticated neuroanatomical techniques to investigate changes in receptor distributions and protein levels in brain sections. The core provides training and services in quantitative light and electron microscopic immunocytochemical methods as well as assistance in experimental design, interpretation, and write-up of results.
Dr. Platholi will discuss how she is incorporating electron microscopic immunocytochemistry into her studies in the mouse hippocampus.
Register here (please be sure to log into Zoom via SSO)
You may view past Seminars by clicking on the links below. Users will be prompted to log in with their WCM credentials to view the recordings.
- 1/9/23: Interpreting your Data to New Biological Understanding
- 1/23/23: Discovery of COVID-associated proteins in a joint WCM-NY and Qatar collaboration using the OLINK platform
- 2/14/23: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), An Essential Method For Chemical and Structural Analysis
- 2/23/23: LC-MS Based Metabolomics Profiling and Its Applications in Biomedical Research
- 3/14/23: Automated Imaging in Multi-Well Plates Using the ImageXpress Micro Confocal High-Content Imaging System
- 3/23/23: Drug Discovery using High Throughput Mass Spectrometry and Surface Plasmon Resonance
- 4/6/23: Spatial Gene Expression for FFPE and Fresh Frozen Tissues
- 10/22/22: Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) Services
- 10/31/22: Utilize Cell Sorting with the FACSAria II
- 11/15/22: Using Glacios 200kV Electron Microscope to screen Cryo-EM samples
- 11/30/22: Comprehensive Metabolic Phenotyping of Your Mouse Model and Cellular System
- 12/13/22: Single-cell Sequencing Technology, an Innovative Tool for Biology and Medicine