The FMRC inter-departmental equipment unit
The FMRC inter-departmental equipment unit is spread throughout different labs in the building whoever most of the equipment is located in the central inter-departmental equipment lab.
This Unit contains modern, state-of-the-art equipment which attends the necessities of the researchers and students in the building.
Our inter-departmental equipment unit includes: fluorescent microscopes, a confocal microscope, a flow cytometer (with the ability to read 10 fluorescent colors in parallel), a cell sorter, a Nanosight instrument and an ultracentrifuge (for characterizing nanoparticles), real-time PCR apparatuses, a NanoDrop spectrophotometer, an ELISA, a fluorescence and a luminescence plate reader.
The inter-departmental equipment unit is responsible for purchasing, authorizing and implementing all inter-departmental equipment. In addition, this Unit provides access and guidance to all researchers and students and assists with the day to day use of the equipment and with the interpretation of resulting data enabling the scientific staff of the building to perform high quality research.
Since 2012 the Head of the FMRC inter-departmental equipment unit has been Dr. Ido Lubin. Dr. Lubin acquired his PhD degree at The Weismann Institute of Science. Dr. Lubin has vast experience in biotech companies in areas including immunology, animal models, developing bioassays and basic science research.
Dr. Lubin's unique skills and experience contribute to the ongoing advancements of scientific research in FMRC.
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