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Centre for Cellular Imaging

 

The Centre for Cellular Imaging (CCI) is a core facility that integrate both Light and Electron microscopy. The facility focuses on the imaging of biological events at the cellular/molecular level of fixed or living cells or tissue and is open to all researches. Our vision is that the CCI will allow users to think broadly and select the best possible instrument(s), light and/or electron microscope(s), to provide detailed answers to their scientific questions at the highest resolution. We are committed to developing a functional systems microscopy approach, which can address new scientific questions with a multi-modal imaging strategy using only a few or many samples. Using modern cell biological tools, expertise in live cell imaging, state-of-the-art equipment and image analysis we will continue to help researchers relate structure to function and morphology to mechanism.

 

News

  • Visit of NMI Advisory Board

    [21 May 2018] On May 23rd the CCI will have a visit of its' international Advisory Board.

  • CCI PhD course

    [3 Apr 2018] This years ¿Cellular Imaging course¿ will be given the week 9th to 13th of April for accepted PhD students. Users in the facility should please note that access to the staff in the facility will be limited, and that certain equipment might be reserved for course demos. The course gives an introduction to basics in light microscopy and the special focus areas of this years course is super resolution as well as electron microscopy.

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Contact Information

Centre for Cellular Imaging

See "Contact - The CCI People",

CCI is a national imaging facility

CCI is part of the National Microscopy Infrastructure (NMI) as one of four participating universities in Sweden. As a researcher you can apply for getting access to advanced microscopy technology and expertise.


 

CCI is supported by SSF

The CCI is also supported by the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF): "Research Infrastructure Fellow”. This five-year SSF programme is intended to contribute to the development of research infrastructures and to its support and user-accessibility, as well as to enhance career paths for specialists within academia.

 

Visitors and delivery

Visiting address
Medicinaregatan 7A
413 90 Gothenburg

Delivery address 
Medicinaregatan 1G
413 90 Gothenburg

Post address
Centre for Cellular Imaging
University of Gothenburg
Box 413
40530 Gothenburg
Sweden

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Page Manager: CCI web manager|Last update: 5/2/2018
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