MIPS Imaging and FACS

Overview of Services

A central facility availible to both Monash Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharamaceuitucal Sciences and external staff and students. Offering optical microsocpy imaging, flow cytometry, whole animal imaging, SEM and image analysis. The facility contains all the equipment, support and expertise to image from "mouse to molecule".

 

Leadership & Staff

Cameron Nowell | Head

Sandy Fung | FACS Manager

 

Location and hours of operation

Hours   Location

Staffed: Monday-Friday 8am-6pm   

  399 Royal Parade
  Parkville, Vic 3058

 

Training and Access

 

All staff and students that require access to the imaging and FACS systems need to complete some preliminary training before being given an instrument specific induction. Once you have completed the required background learning contact Cam about getting an induction.

For all microsocpy access users first need to work through the modules on MyScope linked below. Once complete you need to complete the assesment in the Light and Fluorescence Microscopy part and send Cam a copy of your certificate showing you acheived more than 80%

MyScope
Microscopy Concepts

Light and Fluorescence Microscopy

 

These additional recorded presentations may be useful in reinforcing and offering a difernt view of digital imaging and microsopce types

The Digital Image
https://bit.ly/3tZyo1V

Microscope and Detector Types
https://bit.ly/3JbMovY

 

Depending on the instrument you wish to have an induciton on there is a range of other prep videos to watch

Leica Confocal

Leica SP8 Confocal and LIGHTNING - Software
https://bit.ly/3KMdOZU

Leica SP8 Galvo Stages and Live Imaging
https://bit.ly/3u3ZKE8

 

Nikon

Nikon A1R and Widefield - Software
https://bit.ly/3wf7dTA

 

Perkin-Elmer Operetta

Operetta - Software
https://bit.ly/3KLcOoK

Contacts

Name Role Phone Email Location
Cameron Nowell
Head
 
0422882700
 
cameron.nowell@monash.edu
 
Parkville - 5.519