Imaging Core Facility
Georgia State University
The Imaging Core Facility at Georgia State University’s downtown Atlanta campus provides advanced light and electron microscopy imaging based analytical capabilities to Georgia State and affiliated researchers, primarily through the use of laser confocal microscopy, biological light microscopy, and electron microscopy.
The Imaging Core is one of a number of facilities in the College of Arts and Sciences that support cutting-edge research across the university, including investigations in biology, biomedical sciences, chemistry, geosciences, neuroscience, physics, and other disciplines.
- Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope 700
- Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope 780
- Electron Microscopes (SEM and TEM)
- Widefield Microscopes
The Imaging Core Facility is located in a secured area with 24/7 surveillance that requires prior approval prior to access. Visitors will need a photo ID to obtain a Guest Pass at the security desk in the building's lobby for temporary access to the facility.