Welcome to the Danish Molecular Biomedical Imaging Center (DaMBIC) at the University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark with two nodes: at the Natural Science Faculty (DaMBIC-NAT) and at the Health Science Faculty (DaMBIC-SUND).
The DaMBIC-NAT core facility provides access to state-of-the-art microscopy equipment, training and assistance required for the whole range of light microscopy for imaging specimens ranging from single molecules to cells and tissue. Exemplary case studies:
- Live cell imaging
- Diffusion in skin tissue
- Transport measurements in cells and membranes
- Cancer diagnostics
- Super-resolution of tight junction proteins
- Multi-photon imaging of resistance arteries
- Membrane imaging
- Characterization of organic LEDs and nanostructures
- Co-localization studies
- Food analysis
- Calcium ions and pH measurements in tissue and cells
- Automated image acquisition and analysis
The DaMBIC-SUND center houses equipment suitable for imaging specimens ranging from cells and tissue to small animals.
PhD students, postdoctoral researcher, scientific staff and external academic and industry affiliated users may access our microscopes after a training by the DaMBIC superusers.