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Imaging and Radiation

SARRP

The Live Animal Advanced Imaging and Radiation Shared Resource provides technologies, expertise, and training for state-of-the-art animal imaging and radiation tools required for clinically relevant animal model development, as well as post-treatment tissue handling, processing, and imaging.

Services include:

  • Radiation biology and advanced imaging consultation, including aid in hypothesis generation; experimental design and execution; input on data analysis plans; and manuscript preparation or review.
  • Imaging services, including independent microscope use or staff-assisted image acquisition. Resources include the Center for Advanced Light Microscopy and Nanoscopy and the Multiphoton Research Core Facility.
  • Radiation services, including training and independent use of the gamma cell irradiator (and cesium source) and technical assistance with the SARRP, which allows image-guided radiation delivery mimicking clinical practice. Assistance is also available for the IVIS in vivo imaging system and ultrasound.

Wilmot members receive 50% off list price on SARRP services and 15% across all other imaging modalities.

Leadership

Jacqueline Williams, Ph.D.
Professor of Environmental Medicine

Brian Marples, Ph.D.
Professor of Radiation Oncology

V. Kaye Thomas, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor of Pharmacology and Physiology