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Sharonda Bradley

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Amy Campbell

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Vic Gagne

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 Ruth Langton

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Christina Mok

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Kimberly Parker

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 Ben Rooney

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 Lola

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Hair and Makeup:  Escar Kusema

Visual Effects Supervisor:  Max Mutter

 

 

 Key Grip:  Jen Myers

 Best Boy:  Andrea Tilden

 

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General Laboratory Technique Links:

Protocol Online 

Journal of Visualized Experiments 

TILDEN RESEARCH PAGE

2009 - Advanced Neurobiology BI474      

Course Goals:

  • To learn techniques such as microdissection, cell culture, brightfield microscopy, fluorescence microscopy, confocal microscopy, and image analysis.
  • To apply these techniques to a collaborative group project.
  • To gain expertise in an area of neuroscience research; to design and conduct a research project; to analyze, interpret, and present results.
  • To construct and update this website as an informative and instructive tool for the course.

Crustacean X-organ cell with neurites, 400x, Phase

Lola the Microscope, Funded by INBRE-Maine

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Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory:
We spent 2 days there working with their confocal
microscope in an INBRE-funded mini-session.

Jackson Laboratory:  We also toured the
impressive imaging facility at Jackson
with our host Jim Denegre

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More MDIBL Pix:

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[Above] MDIBL Coop
[Below] Confocal image of crustacean eyestalk X-organ

[Above] Christina, Jen, Ruthie, Kimberly, Ben, Sharonda, Vic,
Andrea, and Angela Parton - our fearless confocal wizard      
(Taking the pic: Amy)

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Other Laboratory Activities:

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Tilden Research Page

Children Display