Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences: Imaging, flow cytometry and analysis core facility

Imaging and analysis from whole animal to single molecule


Mr. Cameron Nowell

03 99039587

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Post author: Cameron Nowell. Last update: 27/07/2015 at 2:44 pm by Gerard Gibbs.


IFAC houses a well-rounded selection of current generation imaging, flow cytometry and analysis platforms giving users the ability to image and analyse samples ranging from single molecules up to whole mall animals. In addition a team of experienced and industry recognised staff are available to provide support in all aspects of instrument training, project development and data analysis.


  • Track record of imaging and analysis
  • Easy to access
  • Competitive pricing
  • Whole animal imaging
  • Single molecule imaging
  • Multiphoton imaging
  • High throughput screening

The facility is open to all by a fee for service model. instrument time is charged at competitive per hour rates. Support for project design and image/data analysis is also available. Contact the facility manager for any questions

Program participation: ARIN, Innovation Voucher Supplier, Technology Voucher Supplier
Access by fee for service
Access by users external to managing organisation, Access by users internal to managing organisation


Mr. Cameron Nowell

Mr. Cameron Nowell

Facility Manager at Monash University, Parkville Campus.

Cameron Nowell obtained his B.Sc (Hons) in Microbiology at La Trobe University in 1999. He spent several years working in the Pregnancy Research Centre at the Royal Women’s hospital researching proteolytic triggers for pre-term birth. From 2004, he worked at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre as a research assistant and later became a laboratory manager and microscopy support within the institute. In 2008, he moved to Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research to take up a position as a microscopy manager there until 2012. Following that, he was a scientific imaging and analysis specialist at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research from 2012-1013. Currently, Cameron is the Research Facilities Manager of Monash University Institute of Pharmaceutical Science where he is in the process of setting up an Imaging, Analysis and FACS Core Facility. He has vast experience in curriculum development and training of users in the usage of advanced research microscopy systems, whole animal imaging, development of automated image analysis using industry standard software platforms (MetaMorph, Imaris, ImageJ/Fiji and Matlab), and microscopy/imaging/analysis based project advice and development.

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Ms. Sandy Fung

Ms. Sandy Fung

Facility Staff at Monash University, Parkville Campus.

P: 03 99039587 | Email |


Leica GSD

Super Resolution Microscope used for Super resolution imaging.

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Leica SP8 – Inverted

Confocal Microscope used for Confocal imaging.

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Leica TIRF

TIRF Microscope used for TIRF Imaging.

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Leica Widefield – Inverted

Fluorescent Microscope used for Live fluorescent imaging and fast calcium imaging.

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Nikon A1R

Confocal Microscope used for Confocal Imaging.

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Nikon TE2000-E

Fluorescent Microscope used for Calcium imaging.

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Nikon Ti-E Widefield – Inverted

Widefield Fluorescent Microscope used for Live Cell Imaging.

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Olympus BX61

Fluorescent Microscope used for Fixed sample imaging.

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Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences: Imaging, flow cytometry and analysis core facility

Monash University, Parkville Campus. 399 Royal parade, Parkville, Victoria, Australia.

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Type: Core facility in a research organisation
Discipline areas: Biological Science, Chemical Science, Nano Science
Precinct: Central
Affiliations: Monash Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University, VMN

Biological Science categories: Assay development, Bio-Assay, Cells and tissues, Confocal, Count, CT, Digital, Flow cytometry, Fluorescence, High-content systems, In-vivo image analysis, In-vivo imaging, Light, Live-cell, Luminescence, Microscopy, MRI, Mulit-modal, Optical, Quantitative image analysis, Small animal, Sort, Super resolution, Two-photon, Widefield/deconvolution