Hands on experience in cutting edge imaging technologiesWELCOME TO MOLECULAR VISUALIZATION SURFImaging the human brain in real timeFunctional magnetic resonance imagingVisualizing electrical activity in the heartWhole organ optical mappingUnderstanding vascular development in health and diseaseLive-cell confocal microscopyVisualizing protein transport and interaction during stressSub-cellular confocal microscopyLocalizing molecular complexes at the nanoscale level within human cellsSuper-resolution localizationUnderstanding biological nanomachines in infectious disease and cancerCryo-electron microscopy

WELCOME TO MOLECULAR VISUALIZATION SURF

Hands on experience in cutting edge imaging technologies

Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute

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Functional magnetic resonance imaging

Imaging the human brain in real time

Whole organ optical mapping

Visualizing electrical activity in the heart

Live-cell confocal microscopy

Understanding vascular development in health and disease

Sub-cellular confocal microscopy

Visualizing protein transport and interaction during stress

Super-resolution localization

Localizing molecular complexes at the nanoscale level within human cells

Cryo-electron microscopy

Understanding biological nanomachines in infectious disease and cancer

About VTCRI

The Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute spans 100,000 square feet of space near downtown Roanoke, Virginia, adjacent to Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital in the Virginia Tech Carilion Health Sciences and Technology Campus in the Roanoke Innovation Corridor. A unique public-private partnership, the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute opened its doors in 2010. Research at the…

OVERVIEW

The VTCRI Molecular Visualization SURF program is a 10-week long summer program that gives students the opportunity to participate in hypothesis-driven independent research at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute in Roanoke, Virginia. Students will participate in a weekly workshop series to provide hands-on experience in the cutting edge imaging technologies housed within VTCRI to…

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MolViz News and Events

We are excited to welcome our first group of Molecular Visualization SURF students for the summer of 2017! Veronica Able-Thomas Home Institution:  Hollins University Lab Mentors:  Dr. Samy Lamouille and Dr. James Smyth                 Caitlin Donahue Home Institution:  Roanoke College Lab Mentor:  Dr. Konark Mukherjee        …