Core facilities: The core facilities are the central institutions, in which equipment, expertise, and methods are held, which are typically not available to individuals but are of interest to the Faculty.
Karen De Bruyne
IZKF Research Coordinator
- +49 241 80-80034
- Send Email
Technologies, Equipment and Expertise for Ambitious Research Goals
The Interdisciplinary Center for Clinical Research (IZKF) provides valuable resources for a cost effective and high-quality research environment by operating.
Multiple technologies and state-of-the-art equipment are available for all researchers of the Faculty of Medicine. Experienced technology experts provide services at any stage of the research process, including experimental design, method development, sample work-up and data interpretation on a partial cost recovery basis.
|Brain Imaging Facility||Dr. Rea Rodriguez-Raecke , +49 241 80 37438|
|Genomics Facility||Prof. Dr. Ingo Kurth (temporary), +49 241 80 89684|
|Confocal Microscopy Facility||Prof. Dr. Gerhard Müller-Newen, +49 241 80 88860|
|Immunohistochemistry Facility||Dr. Silke Ensslen, +49 241 80 80406|
|Proteomics Facility||Dr. Christian Preisinger, +49 241 80 37451|
|Transgenic Service||Transgenic Service, +49 241 80 36510|
|Two-Photon Imaging Facility||Dr. Michael Vogt, +49 241 80 37360|
|Flow Cytometry Facility||Prof. Dr. Oliver Pabst, +49 241 80 85786|
The IZKF Core Laboratory (3rd Floor, Hall 43, between Halls D and C) holds not only the GenomicsFacility, Immunohistochemistry Facility, and the Proteomics Facility. Various equipment is also kept here that is not assigned to a specific Core Facility. This equipment, like the Core Facilities, are available for use by all members of the Faculty of Medicine upon requent.
Please contact the Administrative Office if you are interested in access to the Core Laboratory: Tel. +49 241 80-80034.