Cryo-EM @ Harvard Medical School is a user resource currently available to qualified researchers in the Harvard Medical School community.
Located in the basement of the Seeley G. Mudd building on the Harvard Medical Campus, we provide training and supervision in negative-stain and cryo-transmission electron microscopy. Our equipment includes 4 TEMs, 2 cryo plungers and sample preparation areas. Our FEI Tecnai F20 and Polara F30 TEMs are each equipped with Gatan K2 Summit direct electron detectors.
During 2018, The Harvard Cryo-EM Center for Structural Biology will open with participation of Boston Children's Hospital, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and Massachusetts General Hospital. This separate facility will include 2 FEI Titan Krios microscopes, an FEI Talos Arctica microscope, Gatan K3 Summit direct electron detectors, additional sample preparation areas, and increased user support. Check out the blog in the main menu for more information and updates.