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Imaging & Microscopy 
in vivo imaging
Advanced Imaging Center (AIC)T. Kevin Hitchens
High-field Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy (MRS) facility allowing high-resolution in vivo rodent imaging and ex vivo imaging of specimens and tissue samples for applications in life science, biomedical and preclinical imaging research. Southside, MGOWN
CMU-Pitt Brain Imaging Data Generation & Education (BRIDGE) CenterGeneral email
A research-dedicated neuroimaging facility, with a focus on advanced data analytics and basic science research, meaning that it is designed exclusively to support basic science research and the next generation of brain scientists. RRID: SCR_023356 Oakland Mellon Institute
In Vivo Imaging Facility, HCC (clinical research)Rivka Colen
The Hillman IVIF provides novel quantitative imaging techniques that trace biomarkers of molecular events associated with effective cancer therapy. Shadyside, SHDY
MR Research CenterAndrew Reinberg
Development and application of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) for medical and biological research. MRRC is Whole body imaging capable with specialty in anatomical MRI imaging of brain, spine, extremities, liver, bladder and functional MRI to study cognitive, sensory, and motor function in the brain. Oakland, PRESBY
Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Research CenterJames Ruszkiewicz
PET imaging for clinical and pre-clinical studies. Radiotracer production and development. Oakland, PRESBY
Pre-clinical In Vivo Imaging Facility, HCCKathryn Day or Joseph Latoche
MR, PET-CT, optical and ultrasound for small animals. Shadyside, HCC
Rangos Animal Imaging CoreYijen Wu
Multi-modal imaging services MRI, MRS, ultrasound, CT, PET, SPECT, IVIS, and microinjection for all areas of preclinical anatomical imaging, functional imaging, and molecular imaging, from small rodents, rabbits, goats, pigs, to non-human primates. Lawrenceville, RANCH
Small Animal Ultrasonography CoreBrenda McMahon
High frequency ultrasound for non-invasive, in vivo, real-time, high-resolution imaging of tissue structure and function in small animals. Oakland, BST
Biological Sciences Microscopy and Imaging SuiteChaowei Shang
Equipment and resources for light, confocal and electron microscopy. Flow cytometer also available. Software for image and cytometry analysis. Wet lab space for independent EM sample prep. Oakland, LANGY
Center for Biologic Imaging (CBI)Simon Watkins
Integrated elite level access and training on infrastructure used for research, education, technology development and collaboration in Microscopy, Biophotonics and Imaging. Oakland, BSTWR-S
Confocal Microscope CoreJudith Yanowitz
Confocal microscopes available to investigators campus wide. User operated after intensive training and demonstration of proficiency. Oakland, MWRI
Cryo-electron Microscopy (CryoEM) FacilityJames Conway
CryoEM for high resolution structural analysis of proteins, protein complexes, viruses, macromolecular assemblies, cellular organelles, and bacterial cells. Oakland, BST3
Histology & Micro-Imaging Core (HMC)Carlos A Castro
High quality, rapid tissue processing and imaging services. “Tissue to image” approach allows investigators to request services, drop off samples, and receive interpretation, images, or image analyses of their processed samples according to their needs. Oakland, MWRI
Rangos Cell Imaging I CoreKrishna Prasadan
Cell imaging by confocal microscopy including live cell and Laser capture microdissection, LCM. Lawrenceville, RANCH