Bioimaging Lab

Bioimaging is a tool to create structural or functional images of living objects or systems at the levels of tissues, cellular, subcellular and molecular structures. Bioimaging is an essential technology in a variety of research field including structural biology, molecular biology, biochemistry, pharmacology, agricultural sciences, biomedical science and neuroscience (neuroimaging).

Neuroimaging allow the non-invasive analysis of brain anatomy as well as function in living animals, thus opening up unprecedented ways of exploring brain function. Neuroimaging is one of the most critical and essential technology in Brain Science as well as in Psychological Disease Research.

Equipment


Upright Bright Field Microscope


Upright Fluorescence Microscope


Inverted Fluorescence Microscope


Live cell imaging system


Laser confocal microscope


Digital slide scanner


Laser capture microdissection
microscope


Multiphoton microscope


Cryostat


Vibratome


Microtome


Stereoscopic microscope


Micropipette Puller

   

For more information about the equipment, please click here.

Collaboration

  • UPM
  • IMCB (Singapore)               
  • Cancer Research Malaysia               
  • Sun Yet-Sen Univeristy (China)               
  • The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel)               
  • Niigata Univeristy (Japan)               
  • Monash University (Clayton/Parkville)               
  • Chinese Hong Kong University (Hong Kong)   

Industrial partner

Hi-Tech Instruments Sdn Bhd

Charges / Booking

On case by case basis

Contact information

Dr Satoshi Ogawa
Email: satoshi.ogawa@monash.edu
Tel: +603 5514 6351

Location

Building 3, Level 3