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Wilmer Core Module for Microscopy and Imaging

The Wilmer Core Module for Microscopy and Imaging is an integral part of the research enterprise of Johns Hopkins Medical Research. It comprises facilities for confocal and transmission microscopy, along with imaging of tissue cultures and frozen sections, that contribute to research into ocular disorders and allied health problems for those who access its facilities. Beginning in the 1960s, this set of instrumentation has contributed to research in many disorders. Offering expertise and training in the most up-to-date methodology, it seeks to participate in the research process within the Hopkins community.

Advisory Committee members

Dr. Harry Quigley, Professor of Ophthalmology
Dr. David Ryugo, Professor of Otolaryngology
Dr. Gerard Lutty, Professor of Ophthalmology
Dr. Charles Eberhart, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology
Mary Ellen Pease, MS; Research Associate (Facility Administrator)
Rhonda R. Grebe, BS; Senior Research Specialist (Confocal and TEM Specialist)

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