At the University of Notre Dame, the Integrated Imaging Facility (NDIIF) is a state-of-the-art research core facility that consolidates the University's imaging capacity and augments it with powerful new imaging modalities. The NDIIF provides an integrated suite of sophisticated microscopes and imaging stations that enable facility users to attack the most complex modern research problems.
Led by Bradley Smith, Emil T. Hofman Professor of Science, the NDIIF houses four areas of expertise: electron microscopy, optical microscopy, in vivo imaging, and histology. The facility employs professional staff, including technicians and specialists, to guide non-expert users and support faculty, staff, and students in conducting successful experiments and research.
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Originally published by research.nd.edu on August 25, 2021.at