In-Vivo Molecular Imaging Shared Resource Facility
The In-Vivo Molecular Imaging Laboratory (IMIL) offers in-vivo biophotonic imaging services, which enable researchers to use real-time imaging to monitor and record cellular and genetic activities within a living organism. We have equipped the lab with the latest state-of-the-art IVIS-Spectrum scanner, which allows for bioluminescent, as well as fluorescent, imaging of rodent models of disease.
For specialized image analysis, such as co-registration of IMIL data with structural MRI or other modalities, please contact Cheuk Ying Tang, PhD, Director, at 212-241-7255. Please contact us for information regarding fees—prices for services are available to computers on Mount Sinai networks only.
PLEASE REMEMBER -- For funding purposes, it is important to acknowledge the InVivo Molecular Imaging Shared Resource Facility in all publications that include data derived from the facility.
Cheuk Ying Tang, PhD
Yu Zhou, MS
In-Vivo Molecular Imaging SRF
Icahn Medical Institute
1425 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10029
Consultation Times: By appointment