The University of Melbourne led consortium places emphasis on being engaged with the scientific community to enable appropriate usage of biomedical imaging technologies. It aims to promote collaboration between human preclinical, human clinical and large animal researchers with the common goal of improving health outcomes using ONEHEALTH as the research approach.
The BOMP provides access to optimal live cell imaging, conventional confocal microscopy, as well as pioneering microscopy 2-photon and super-resolution microscopy instrumentation. We provide a complementary suite of capabilities including PC2 and pathogen handling capabilities, and full access to our expert staff.
The Melbourne Brain Centre Imaging Facility, located at the University of Melbourne's Parkville Campus, hosts state-of-the-art PET/CT and 7 TMRI scanners. The Facility is led by Prof Roger Ordidge and supported by Mr Rob Wiliams (PET/CT) and Dr Brad Moffat. We welcome enquiries regarding your research projects.
An industry leader in imaging, flow cytometry, project design, analysis and training providing easy, open access to equipment and experienced staff for researchers from any field
Provides high quality electron microscopy and microanalysis facilities for research and teaching throughout RMIT University and provides access for external users. The Microscopy & Microanalysis Facility is a linked laboratory of the Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Research Facility.
Histology, optical microscopy, electron microscopy and image analysis.
The Imaging Division of the Brain Research Institute facilitates co-ordinates and assists in research in the neurosciences using advanced imaging techniques
Do it yourself mass spectrometry. This facility has seven mass spectrometers and associated HPLC systems and bioinformatics infrastructure. We teach you how to perform your own experiments using our equipment.