Research Facilities, Centers, and Diagnostic Services

Center to Advance Molecular Interaction tubesSciences (CAMIS)

The Center to Advance Molecular Interaction Science at the University of New Hampshire develops unique instruments and first-principle methods to characterize molecular interactions in otherwise intractable chemical systems.  CAMIS director Thomas M. Laue, Ph.D., is known worldwide for his expertise in analytical ultracentrifugation and his design of sophisticated data acquisition hardware and software.

 

Protein molecule
 

Center for Molecular and Comparative Endocrinology

The Center for Molecular and Comparative Endocrinology was established in July 2008. The foci of the center include, but are not limited to, Environmental Endocrinology,
Reproductive Biology and the Evolution and Regulation of Physiological Phenomena. The center seeks to expand the capacity and synergism of "systems endocrinology and physiology" research that links to other areas of UNH and regional medical schools.

 

Confocal Imaging Center

The Confocal Imaging Center utilizes a state-of-the-art fluorescent confocal microscope to image biological and material science specimens that contain fluorescent probes.  The instrument permits the reconstruction of three-dimensional images and animations of dynamic biological processes in living cells.

 

 

 

Hubbard Center for Genome Studies

The Hubbard Center for Genome Studies (HCGS) is an invaluable resource in advancing faculty research. The center also provides an opportunity for students to learn genomic techniques using new technology.

October 2015 HCGS Newsletter

 

The New Hampshire Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory

The New Hampshire Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory at the University of New Hampshire provides professional expertise and laboratory facilities that allow prompt diagnosis of animal diseases of public health and economic importance to the state.

 

 

 

Northeast Center for Vibrio Disease and Ecology

NCVDE is a regional center for the study of environmental, evolutionary and climatic factors that affect bacterial pathogens in coastal waters and shellfish. The Center’s goals are to enhance research, education and outreach on the risks and management strategies of climate-induced changes in the pathogenicity of naturally occurring bacteria (e.g., Vibrio species) in coastal ecosystems, in order to better respond to public health threats.

 

University Instrumentation Center

The UNH Instrumentation Center offers easy access to state-of-the-art instrumentation for research and educational services.