Dianne Durham, Ph.D., Professor of Otolaryngology serves as the Scientific Director of the Core. From past and current funding projects Dr. Durham brings a wealth of experience in the area of tissue preparation and visualization by various microscopy including light/contrast, confocal/fluorescence, scanning and immuno transmission electron microscopy. Dr. Durham is likewise proficient in many approaches to image analysis, cell mapping, and 3d reconstruction. Please reach out to Dr. Durham to discuss imaging collaborations with the core at email@example.com
Sarah Tague, Ph.D. is the imaging core staff scientist and manager. She is a Senior Scientist with B.A.’s in Microbiology, Germanic Languages & Literatures, and Fine Art from the University of Kansas, an M.S. in Cell Biology from the University of Notre Dame, and a Ph.D in Physiology from KUMC. She has ~25 years of laboratory experience, including ~20 years of experience developing animal models of disease with defined behavioral, molecular, and anatomical outcomes. She can help with overall experimental design as well as tissue processing and analysis. For support within the Hemenway KIDDRC microscopy suites, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.