The PCMM/ Boston Children's Hospital Research Flow and Imaging Cytometry Resource is lead by Natasha Barteneva, MD, PhD, and is based at 210-200 Longwood Avenue with a number of satellite locations (rooms 249-4, 253, 273 at Warren Alpert Building, 231, 237-BL2+-sorter, 239 room at the Armenise Building, Center for Life Research in room 3034, with a new molecular imager at the New Research Building/HCCM).
This is a valuable hospital core resource with research collaborations throughout and outside Harvard University. The Research Flow and Imaging Cytometry Resource provides a platform and instrumentation for Boston Children's Hospital researchers interested in using flow and imaging cytometry, as well as molecular imaging for their biological and biomedical research questions.
The Research Flow and Imaging Cytometry Resource is available for grant funded collaborative research community in and outside Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
Fee-for services and training inquires should be directed to the lab manager of The FICR Core, Kenneth Ketman.