The Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility (NDIIF) has launched a new website, imaging.nd.edu. The new website provides a clean, modern look that aims to serve faculty and students, as well as external customers, who are seeking imaging research services.
The new website offers five main pages, including an Our Services tab. Within this page viewers can directly link to the Optical Microscopy Core, Electron Microscopy Core, InVivo Imaging Core, Histology Core, and the Fabrication Core. These pages highlight each one of the facility’s five core services. Within the core pages, faculty, postdoctoral researchers, students, and staff can find information pertaining to each of the state-of-the-art instruments that NDIIF offers. Each core facility page also provide links to the professional staff and their corresponding contact information, as well as policies and rates for use.
Together with the launch of a new website is the announcement of the Fabrication Lab within NDIIF. The Fabrication Lab is housed in room 010 Galvin and it maintains 3D printing and laser cutting equipment for rapid prototyping of parts for research, entrepreneurship, or other applications. The services available for production and design consulting are offered to both internal Notre Dame users and external communities. For more information specifically regarding the capabilities and possibilities within this facility please contact Matthew Leevy.
When discussing the website, Director Bradley Smith said, “The goal of the new site was to update and inform individuals of more specific information regarding the Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility. Its purpose is to celebrate and showcase our world-class imaging equipment that is available to Notre Dame Researchers, while still facilitating the needs of those who utilize it as a resource for their specific aims.” Smith continued, “The website continues to allow the NDIIF administration to serve faculty through a full suite of services that are intended to support the delivery of cutting-edge, globally significant research.”
Explore these sections and more at imaging.nd.edu.
Questions concerning creation, maintenance and news updates of the website and social media should be directed to Sarah Chapman (Sarah.Chapman@nd.edu) or Theresa Bollinger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Address: Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility, University of Notre Dame, 340 McCourtney Hall, Notre Dame, IN 46556 USA
Phone: +1 574.631.8251
About Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility
The Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility provides an integrated suite of sophisticated microscopes and imaging stations that enable expert users to attack the most complex modern research problems and, equally important, resident professional staff, including technicians and research specialists, to guide the non-expert users. For more information, please see imaging.nd.edu or @NDIIFimaging
Originally published by imaging.nd.edu on January 24, 2017.at