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.
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
All images on this site were produced in the CML@RIT.
Classes Using CML :
- Developmental Biology
Sea Urchin Development
- Tissue Culture
- Advanced Immunology
Asterisks show undergraduate coauthors
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 influenzae, J 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