Our research labs are equipped with the state-of-the-art facilities to address key questions of basic and clinical neuroscience.
The Institute has been based in the new Hadyn Ellis Building since July 2013; this houses state-of-the-art research facilities to accommodate ground-breaking world-class collaborative research for the neuroscience community.
Winners of the BREEAM Award for world leading design and sustainability, all our laboratories have been purpose built to ensure all current and future research needs can be met whilst remaining environmentally friendly.
Our facilities provide an important cross-translational unique research environment allowing research opportunities not just within the NMHII but other related schools across the university.
Research facilities and equipment
Our current facilities include:
- Core stem cell facility
- Core systems neurobiology infrastructure
- Core genetic and life course imaging infrastructure
- Core molecular neurobiology infrastructure
Our state-of-the-art equipment includes:
- Zeiss Axioscan Z1 Slide Scanner
- LEICA DM6000B Upright
- LEICA DM16000B Inverted
- Macro/Micro imaging set
- Hypoxic Suite
We are committed to providing open and transparent information about our research involving animals.