Keck Microscopy Facility
The Keck Microscopy Facility provides training and access to light microscopy instrumentation for the entire University of Washington community as a cost center. Non-UW researchers may also use the Keck Microscopy Facility. Instrumentation includes confocal, widefield, and image restoration (deconvolution) microscopes. Access to image processing and analysis computers and software is also available.
Training of new users, consultation with regard to selecting and optimizing imaging techniques, and advice on specimen preparation are available from the Keck Center manager, Greg Martin.
News at the Keck
4-4-2013 The Keck Center rates have been updated as required annually. The new confocal rate is only slightly higher (8%). The confocal training and widefield rates have relatively larger increases.
A Leica inverted microscope with automated stage and 4-color fluorescent detection is available for training and use. This microscope system is suitable for high-resolution deconvolution microscopy and image tiling for large areas.
4-2-2012 The Keck Rates have been updated. Note that confocal and Widefield rates are largely unchanged (training rates are slightly lower). The DeltaVision rates have been substantially reduced.
The Keck Center is provided administrative supported by the departments of Physiology & Biophysics and Pharmacology.
Keck Imaging Center was founded as part of the W.M.Keck Center for
Advanced Studies in Neural Signaling. This interdisciplinary center
was established in 1990 through a grant from the W.M.Keck Foundation
for researchers in the Department of Physiology and
Biophysics and the Department of Pharmacology at
the University of Washington in Seattle,
explore how nerve cells acquire, store and transmit information.
Greg. 206-685-8784, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Keck Imaging Facility is located in the Health Sciences Building K-wing, Room 507. Directions to K-wing
Contact Greg Martin at email@example.com for additional information. Suggestions and comments are always welcome!
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