Advanced Imaging Facility
The Advanced Imaging Facility is a campus wide recharge unit, which has two Leica confocal microscopes, one with superresolution capability, the second with multi-photon imaging capability.
Aquatic Health Program
The Aquatic Health Program (AHP) strives to promote and protect the well-being of all aquatic species and their environments by investigating the behavioral, anatomical, and physiological components of individual organisms and applying them to the ecosystem scale.
MCIL - Poster Printing Facility
Our goal is to assist faculty, staff and students with their research needs for qualitative and quantitative applications. We can assist with the production of publication quality images and offer consultation on experimental approaches for use with our equipment.
Veterinary Institute for Regenerative Cures (VIRC)
Over the past 7 years, faculty at UC Davis have committed significant time and effort into transforming the School of Veterinary Medicine into a national leader for veterinary regenerative medicine. We have established laboratory techniques and animal models that have been used to study regenerative therapies in veterinary and human medicine. We have characterized equine, canine and feline stem cells isolated from different tissues (fat, bone marrow, umbilical cord blood and umbilical cord tissue) with a focus on adult-derived mesenchymal stem cells. We have developed collaborative, interdisciplinary “disease teams” that include basic research faculty and clinical faculty that focus on “bench to bedside” translation of stem cell therapies. Additionally, we have built strong collaborations with faculty in the School of Medicine, College of Engineering (Biomedical Engineering) and College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (Animal Sciences).