ANATOMY LABORATORY FACILITIES
Cutting-edge laboratory facilities for the study of human anatomy.
Please note that our laboratory facilities are available for use to those outside of the Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology as well as to those outside of McGill University. Due to the nature of the Laboratory and the consequently restricted access, reservations require a special application process for those not from McGill. The application form for use of the laboratories should be sent to Dr. Geoffroy Noël (geoffroy.noel [at] mcgill.ca).
All who make use of the Department's laboratory facilities adhere to a strict Code of Conduct. For a copy of our Code, please see here.
Notre laboratoire est aussi à la disposition de ceux qui sont à l'extérieur du Département ou même de l'Université. Puisque le laboratoire nécessite un accès limité, il faut d'abord remplir un formulaire de demande pour son utilisation. Veuillez envoyer le formulaire à Dr. Geoffroy Noël (geoffroy.noel [at] mcgill.ca).
The Anatomy and Cell Biology Confocal Microscopy facility possesses a Zeiss 510 laser scanning microscope equipped with three detectors, including a META detector. This instrument is suitable for fixed- and live-cell observation of a wide variety of sample types.This confocal microscope--as well as training on it--is available to the entire scientific community on a fee-for-use basis. Consultation regarding suitability for a specific project or reservation of microscope time can be arranged by telephone or e-mail with:
john.presley [at] mcgill.ca (Dr. John Presley)
Strathcona Building, Room 1/28
Zeiss LSM 510–META with Axiovert inverted microscope.
Argon 458, 488, 514 nm
HeNe 543 nm
HeNe 633 nm
Diode 405 nm
Live cell chamber: Zeiss Temperature control 37°C with CO2 controller.
|USER TYPE||HOURLY RATE*||W/ TECHNICAL SUPPORT|
|TRAINING||-||$150 (FLAT FEE FOR A 3-4 HR. SESSION)|
* Use of the confocal by a trained and approved individual not requiring continuous support from confocal facility staff. One or two training sessions may be required depending on previous confocal experience.
Click HERE to learn more about McGill University's Facility for Electron Microscopy Research (FEMR).
The laboratories situated in the Strathcona Anatomy & Dentistry Building possess a wide range of specialized scientific equipment, available for use between labs within the building.
List of Certified First Aid Providers, Strathcona Anatomy & Dentistry Building
|Mousa, Aisha||M/39||514.398.7203 x 00958||11-MAY-2019|
Members of the Safety Committee, Strathcona Anatomy & Dentistry Building
|Gris, Pavel||pavel.gris [at] mcgill.ca||Dentistry (Genome)|
|Kaartinen, Mari||mari.kaartinen [at] mcgill.ca||Dentistry|
|L'Heureux, Robert||robert.lheureux [at] mcgill.ca||Anatomy Laboratory|
|Li, Ling||ling.li [at] mcgill.ca||Anatomy & Cell Biology|
|Noel, Geoffroy||geoffroy.noel [at] mcgill.ca||Anatomy & Cell Biology|
Reinhardt, Dieter (Committee Chair)
|dieter.reinhadt [at] mcgill.ca||Anatomy & Cell Biology|
|Sears, Kelly||kelly.sears [at] mcgill.ca||Facility for Electron Microscopy Research (FEMR)|
|Todireanu, Angelica||angelica.todireanu [at] mcgill.ca||Whole Person Care|
|sky.yang [at] mail.mcgill.ca||
Anatomy & Cell Biology
A list of the Emergency Evacuation Team members for the Strathcona Anatomy & Dentistry Building.
All who make use of the Department's laboratory facilities adhere to a strict Code of Conduct.
General Laboratory Safety Rules have been established for every occupant and member of the Research Laboratories in the department. It is highly recommended that all new members and their supervisors read, complete and sign this form (to be kept as record by the supervisor).
This procedure is designed to assist principal investigators, teaching laboratory coordinators/superintendents, and lab supervisors to self-assess safety standards for their laboratories.
Guidelines are available to prepare the laboratories for safety audits.
Further information on laboratory safety procedures and guidelines at McGill University, provided by McGill Environmental Health and Safety (EHS).