The NIHR Cambridge BRC Cell Phenotyping Hub is an important part of Cambridge BRC infrastructure and, simultaneously, is a part of the cross-cutting Inflammation, Infection and Immune-therapeutics research theme. The Hub delivers advanced scientific technologies supporting the excellence in research for a partnership between the University of Cambridge and Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
The Hub’s mission is to provide state-of-the-art resources and cost-effective high quality scientific, educational and technological services across the wide range of cytomics. These services fall mainly into three major areas: research, clinical and technology services and include (but are not limited to) cell and tissue processing, cell isolation (sorting), cell analysis, cell and tissue imaging, and cell phenotyping. A further function of the Hub is to collect and to disseminate the unique technological and scientific expertise crucial for promoting and supporting patient-based basic research and for translating basic biological findings into clinical practice. The Hub drives technological innovations and applies technical and instrumental advances to expand the portfolio of services and fulfil the emerging research needs. Through our collaborative Research and Development service we foster and fortify collaborations that result in many major publications.
The Hub is equipped with state-of the art equipment including high speed cell sorters, bench top analysers, microscopes and high content/high throughput equipment.
The Hub laboratories are located on Level 6 of the Addenbrooke’s main hospital block in E6. For access to the Hub services, all new clients and prospective collaborators are invited to attend a Hub induction with our Director (apl. Professor Anna Petrunkina-Harrison) to discuss their research needs and to customise the provision of services. Project-focussed consultations, theory courses and practical tutorials on instruments can be arranged after completing the induction. For all the bookings, cancellations and reporting any technical problems please contact our urgent enquiries mailing list.
|Fortessa analyser||OK||210518||£26 p/h|
|Fortessa2 analyser||OK||180518||£26 p/h|
|CantoII analyser||Violet laser dead!||210518||£26 p/h|
|FacsCalibur analyser||OK||260218||£26 p/h|
|Attune NxT||OK||020418||£26 p/h|
|Accuri C6||OK||210418||£26 p/h|
|Cellomics XTI||OK||260218||£26 p/h|
|AriaIII cell sorter||OK||230418||£81 p/h|
|FACSJazz cell sorter||OK||260218||£81 p/h|
|Melody Cell Sorter||OK||260218||£39|
|Leica SPE confocal||OK||210617||£26 p/h|
|Leica Sp5 confocal||fixed!||180418||£26 p/h|
|Leica LMD6||OK||060516||£26 p/h|
|Seahorse XF96||OK||n/a||£35 p/h|
|Zeiss Axioskop ‘scope||OK||250712||£free|
News and Events
|Flow Cytometry Assistant/Specialist Position at Babraham Institute|
Facility Web Page
|Informal enquiries welcome before application|
|London Flow Club|
|Thursday 28th June 6pm, Imperial College, St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, details to follow|
|Part-Time Technician Post at Babraham Instit.|
|Full details here|
e-mail Rachael Walker for informal enquiries
|Flow Cytometry UK meeting 18th to 20th July 2018|
|John McIntyre Conference Centre, University of Edinburgh, Pollack Halls Campus|
|Babraham Flow Courses 2018|
|Four dates available for Fundamentals 1 day course from the 28th of March 2018 and three dates available for the two day Advanced Course starting on the 18th of April 2018|