Experimental Pathology Research Laboratory
NYU School of Medicine’s Experimental Pathology Research Laboratory provides researchers with a range of services, access to advanced instruments, and training to facilitate the production of high-quality animal and human tissue samples for morphological and molecular analyses.
Our in-house histopathology services include tissue preparation, processing, and sectioning, as well as histochemistry and immunohistochemistry of fresh, frozen, and fixed human or animal tissues.
If your research requires immunohistochemistry technologies, we optimize and validate commercial or proprietary antibodies for chromogenic or fluorescence-based immunohistochemistry. We provide access to a database listing the characteristics of more than 1,500 antibodies that have been tested in the lab to date.
We offer basic imaging resources and digital whole-slide scanning of stained tissue sections, which allows researchers to view their slides online at their convenience. We can also construct tissue microarrays from human and animal formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissue blocks.
Researchers can also rent our self-service instruments. These include an embedding station, a microtome, a cryostat, and a vibratome. We provide access to brightfield and fluorescence upright and dissecting microscopes, a laser capture microdissection scope, and a new high-throughput multispectral imaging system.
The Experimental Pathology Research Laboratory is located at NYU Langone Medical Center, 550 First Avenue, Medical Science Building, room 370, in Manhattan. Our lab is open from 9:00AM to 5:30PM, Monday through Friday.
If you have questions about histopathology and imaging, please call us at 212-263-3888 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions about immunohistochemistry, please call us at 646-501-6934 or 347-712-0897, or email us at email@example.com.
How to Acknowledge the Experimental Pathology Research Laboratory
If you’ve collaborated with our laboratory and utilized our instruments, technologies, expertise, or data and your results are published or presented in a grant application, media release, or any other form of media, please acknowledge us.
Please sign an acknowledgement form, indicating that you have read and understand our policy, and email it to Cynthia Loomis, MD, PhD, director, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Luis Chiriboga, PhD, technical director, at email@example.com.
Acknowledging Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center
The Experimental Pathology Research Laboratory is partially supported by the Cancer Center Support Grant P30CA016087 at NYU Langone’s Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center. Please acknowledge this grant in all publications resulting from research requiring collaboration with our facility or use of our technologies. Additionally, all such publications are required to abide by National Institutes of Health public access policy and be deposited in PubMed Central.
Acknowledging National Institutes of Health S10 Support
If you have collaborated with our immunohistochemistry staff, please acknowledge the National Institutes of Health Shared Instrumentation Grants S10 OD010584-01A1 and S10 OD018338-01. If you’ve used the PerkinElmer Vectra® multispectral imaging system, please acknowledge the Shared Instrumentation Grant S10 OD021747.