The Core facility provides instrumentation, technical and professional assistance, training and consultations for performing laser-based flow cytometric analysis and sorting. In addition the Core facility provides users with access to state-of –the-art instrumentation for biological imaging. The facility is a focal point for research involving microscopy and cell imaging. A broad range of applications are supported.
The goal of this Core is to make technology and expertise available to all Principle Investigators, faculty members, staff, and students in a cost effective way.
The Flow Cytometry facility is a shared resource with Cancer members at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.
Flow analyzers and sorters are located on the 10th floor Goodman building Rm 1014. A dedicated staff is available to provide training in instrument use, software application, and data analysis. Microscopes are located at different locations on the National Jewish Health campus. The Core is a fee based service.
We welcome investigators interested in expanding their research by using flow cytometry and microscopy. Outside users are welcomed.