The Healy Group currently has lab space in both Hearst Memorial Mining Building (above left), which is home to the Materials Science and Engineering Department, and Stanley Hall (above right), which is the home to the Bioengineering Department and QB3. The lab space in Hearst in primarily used for surface science, while the lab space in Stanley is primarily used for tissue culture, molecular biology, and synthesis of tissue engineering scaffolds.

Stanley Hall

  • 2 Tissue culture rooms - one for ES and iPS cells
    1. 4 incubators
    2. 4 TC hoods
    3. Nucleocounter
    4. Phase contrast microscope
    5. Centrifuge
    6. TC fridge and -20 freezer
    7. Liquid nitrogen cell cryo
    8. 37C water bath
  • Inverted fluorescence/phase contrast microscope
    1. B/W camera (large field of view)
    2. Video camera
    3. Image processing software
  • HPLC: SEC-MALS/UV/RI
  • Electrospinner
  • MACS
  • In Situ PCR
  • Rheometer
  • Cuvette/Multiwell plate spectrophotometer and fuorometer
  • Lyophilizer
  • Rotovap
  • Centrifuge
  • Gel boxes for electrophoresis
  • Glove box
  • Incubator/Shaker

Hearst Memorial Mining Building

  • Laminar flow and fume hoods
  • Spin coater for thin film deposition
  • Nitrogen glove box
  • Nitrogel-filled sample storage box
  • UV ligiht tables, flood lamo, and spot exposure source for photopolymerization
  • Oxygen Plasma
  • Goniometer
  • AFM
  • QCMD

Other Facilities