Advanced Microscopy Facility
A state-of-the art service and user facility in the heart of the University's biomedical research community providing electron and light microscopy imaging technologies for basic scientists, physicians, and students.
The facility provides:
The Facility can perform microscopy services for researchers, or train researchers to perform their own imaging.
The Advanced Microscopy Facility, started in 1979, is supported by the University of Virginia School of Medicine and by a National Cancer Institute Cancer Center Support Grant to the University of Virginia. Typically 72 investigators from 44 different departments/divisions use the facility each year.
Drop by room 4806, 4th floor, Old Medical School or call us at 434.924.2524
A Zeiss LSM 710 Multiphoton system is now in operation and a new Field Emission SEM is funded. See announcement.
Outstanding Core Award
The Office of Research Core Administration presented the 2012 award to the Advanced Microscopy Facility for its outstanding service to many investigators and adding two new instruments. AMF received this award previously in 2004.