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Core Facility Cellular Imaging

Last updated: 15 September 2017

This Entity is a Canonical Facility: Usage Guidelines
Number of facility users per year: 130

The open access core facility for Light and Electron Microscopy belongs to the Medical Theoretical Center (MTZ) of the Medical Faculty of the TU-Dresden.

Please visit the website:


Core Facility Cellular Imaging
Fiedlerstrasse 42
01307 Dresden

Head of Group

Prof. Dr. Thomas Mueller-Reichert
Position: Imaging Facility Director
Office: +49-351-4586442


  • Laser Scanning Confocal (LSM) (+) ,
  • Spinning Disc Confocal (+) ,
  • Functional Imaging of Living Cells (+) ,
  • Structured Illumination Microscopy (SIM) (+) ,
  • Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) (+) ,
  • Fast widefield ratio imaging (Ca/pH/FRET) (+) ,
  • Image Analysis (+) ,
  • Electron Tomography (ET) (+) ,
  • Ultramicrotomy (+) ,
  • Microtomy (Cryostat/Vibratome/Paraffin/Resin) (+)

Within the BioDIP wiki ( you can find detailed information concerning the hardware available.

Group Members

We are the Core Facility Cellular Imaging, a joined light an electron facility at the Medical Faculty Carl Gustav Carus of the TU Dresden. The CFCI is located at the MTZ (Medical Theoretical Center) and a member of the Biopolis Dresden Imaging Platform BioDIP. We provide a variety of services around light microscopy, correlative light and electron microscopy and electron tomography. Please get in touch with the facility using this email address: