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Mission Statement

The mission of the CML@RIT is to provide RIT faculty and students with a multidisciplinary imaging research and training facility centered around confocal microscopy. Important objectives are:

  • Enhance research capabilities

  • Provide an environment that promotes multidisciplinary collaborations

  • Involve undergraduate and graduate students to support their training and preparation.


Acknowledgements

The RIT confocal microscopy lab is supported through the National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation Program (#1126629), the RIT Office of the Vice President for Research, the Kate Gleason College of Engineering, and the RIT College of Science

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All images on this site were produced in the CML@RIT.



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Classes Using CML :

- Developmental Biology

Sea Urchin Development

 

 

- Tissue Culture

CHO Cells

Nuclear (blue)

Mitochondria (red)

 

- Advanced Immunology

 

 

Publications:

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Michel LV, *Snyder J, *Schmidt R, *Milillo J, *Grimaldi K, *Kalmeta B, Khan N, Sharma S, Wright LK, Pichichero ME (2013) Dual orientation of the outer membrane lipoprotein P6 of nontypeable Haemophilus influenzaeJ Bacteriology, 195:  3252-3259.

 

Vaidya K, Osgood R, Ren D, Pichichero M, Helguera M (2014) Ultrasound Imaging and Characterization of Biofilms based on Wavelet Denoised RF Data. Accepted by Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology Vol. 40, No. 3, pp. 583–595, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

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