The CEB’s Bioimaging Core Facility provides cutting-edge microscopic and macroscopic imaging instrumentation to the university community to enable superior research and quality result outcomes.
Our equipment inventory consists of a wide array of microscopes, multimode (fluorescence/bioluminescence) microtiter plate (1-1536 well) readers, and two in vitro/in vivo IVIS fluorescence/bioluminescence imaging systems. We provide education, training, and assistance with data analysis to ensure that your research and development needs are optimally met.
- PerkinElmer IVIS Lumina K w/XGI-8 Anesthesia System (Product Sheet PDF)
- PerkinElmer IVIS Lumina II w/XGI-8 Anesthesia System
- Bio-Tek Synergy2 Multi-mode microplate reader w/automated Biostacker
- Bio-Tek Synergy HTX Multi-mode microplate reader
- Perkin-Elmer Victor2/Victor3 Multimode plate readers
- Hamamatsu Photon Counting Camera w/microscope support
- Oriel Photomultiplier Detection Systems
- Microtox Assay System
- Leica DM IRB inverted epifluorescence microscope
- Zeiss upright brightfield microscope
- VWR inverted brightfield microscope
- Nikon Optiphot microscope w/Nikon FX 35A camera
- Nikon Phase Contrast microscope w/Javelin camera
- Olympus Inverted microscope w/microinjector
- Hamamatsu C5810 CCD cameras
- Bioptechs FCS2 and FCS3 Closed Chamber System Controller
- Bioptechs Delta-T Culture Dish Controller
- BioFlux Live Cell Imaging system
- Eppendorf epMotion 5070 Liquid Handling System
Equipment Use Rates
Some of our equipment requires hourly charges for use. Click below for a list of current rates. Please contact us for questions or attend one of our general training sessions.
We provide training on all of our imaging equipment either on a one-to-one basis, or we can accommodate complete labs or departments. General training sessions are provided at the beginning of each spring, fall, and summer semester and are open to faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, technical personnel, and undergraduate and high school students participating in independent research projects. We also offer training at various times throughout each semester based on user needs. Other training sessions will be posted as needs dictate. Please contact us if you require training at any other time during the year.
All animal use within our facility must have approval by the UT Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC).
The CEB Bioimaging Core Facility is located in room 732 of the Science and Engineering Research Facility (SERF).
Please direct any questions regarding our imaging capabilities, requests for training, or scheduling on any of our instruments to: