IADR Academy - In Focus: Correlative Imaging and Faculty Development
Through Correlative Microscopy, Scientists and Clinicians Get the Picture
About Correlative Imaging Facility
The Bioengineering and Biomaterials High Resolution Correlative Imaging Facility benefited from the UCSF Research Resource Program's contributions toward the acquisition of the FESEM Sigma-500 scanning electron microscope (from the Research Resource Program Chancellor’s Core Development Fund). "The Sigma-500 is part and parcel of the other exciting imaging modalities housed in the facility, and these include high resolution X-ray computed tomography (Micro CT-200), and light microscopy (Axio Observer.Z1)," said Elizabeth Sinclair, executive director of the research resource program.