Loyola University Maryland

Department of Biology

Microscopy Core Facility

Confocal lab

LMCF Mission Statement

The Loyola Microscopy Core Facility (LMCF) is a no-fee, collaborative establishment accessible to faculty and students at all small colleges and universities in Maryland. Recognizing the important role undergraduate institutions play in developing the next generation of scientists, our mission is to enhance the research productivity of faculty while providing their students with the opportunity to use cutting-edge technology in mentored research endeavors. Use of the facility, training, general protocols, and some basic reagents are provided to collaborators and their students in order to achieve this goal.

Facility Supported By:

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Contact Information

Dr. Christopher Thompson
cthompson2@loyola.edu

410-617-2240

Dr. Rebecca Brogan
rsbrogan@loyola.edu 
410-617-5244


David Rivers
Faculty

David Rivers, Ph.D.

Biology professor David Rivers, Ph.D., is committed to training the next generation of biotechnologists

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Students working with planting pots in a greenhouse
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Exploring Biology 310: Botany

Students in Loyola's botany class get hands-on experience with plant propagation, testing disease-fighting properties, and examining nutrient composition.