Breakthroughs in imaging technologies have been a driving force for new discoveries in biology. Indeed, the ability to visualize events occurring in the living organism is essential for understanding biomedical processes. Today, in vivo imaging provides crucial observations of cell dynamics, and allows for assessment and manipulation of cells at the molecular level. It is […]

Dear all, Please, see below the invitation for the Scientific Platform Special Seminar of the AGORA Progress Report Series (AGORA PRS). We would like to invite you to discover the complete solution we can offer you (equipment and expertise) for non-invasive ultrasound imaging for your cancer studies through a collaboration between IVIF and the CAF […]

Wishing you all a relaxing holiday break, we would also like to inform you about the organization details for the AGORA scientific platforms and services during the Christmas holidays – from December 24th, 2022 to January 9th, 2023. Scientific platforms Flow cytometry Facility (“FCF”): As for previous years the FCF will be officially closed from […]

The AGORA In Vivo Imaging Facility (IVIF) is happy to welcome application specialist Dr. Giulia Di Domenicantonio ! Giulia holds a Master and a PhD degree in Physics from the University of Rome, Italy and EPFL respectively. From 2013 to 2017 she specialized in Medical Physics with a focus on advanced quantification of PET and […]

In Vivo Imaging Facility – IVIF The In Vivo Imaging Facility (IVIF) offers state-of-the-art, non-invasive, multimodal in vivo imaging services for the study of preclinical pathological models in live animals. The platform is directly integrated into the AIVC in the same controlled sanitary space, which allows the mice to be housed for the duration of […]