The instrument, which accommodates 12-well to 384-well plates and is temperature controlled, can acquire the following kinds of signals: absorbance, fluorescence (all wavelengths, as it is monochrometer based), and luminescence.
Exciting opportunities offered through the MCB Professional Science Master’s (PSM) program May term and summer session 2016. Hands on training on state-of-the-art instruments through short, intense modular training courses. This May term and summer session we will be offering six modules. Open to graduate and undergraduate students with the required prerequisites.
This fellowship will support Brendan’s work examining cancer susceptibility and progression in a non-traditional mammalian model, specifically, the Peromyscus leucopus, or white-footed mouse.