Dalhousie University Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine Medical Neuroscience Department
   
 

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Research Facilities

The Department of Medical Neuroscience provides facilities for advanced study and research in Neuroscience, Histology, Embryology, Cell Biology, and Evolutionary Biology. The department has well equipped research laboratories, small-animal operating rooms, a tissue culture facility, aquarium rooms, walk-in cold rooms, dark rooms and a modern digital imaging suite. Faculty members have the equipment necessary to conduct research in various disciplines. In addition, two faculty members are located in the Vision 2000 Laboratory of Molecular Biology that often serves as a resource for individual training and research facility in molecular biology and tissue culture techniques. The Department maintains close relationships with other departments in thebuilding, Physiology and Biophysics, Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Microbiology and Immunology, Pathology, as well as with others on the campus, notably Biology and Psychology. The Kellogg Health Sciences Library is located in the Sir Charles Tupper Building and the McDonald Science and Killam libraries are on the upper campus. All libraries carry extensive journal collections. Laboratories have access to Medline and the Internet and students have personal e-mail addresses. The administrative office of the Department is located on the 13th Floor of the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building .

Maritime Brain Tissue Bank

Cellular & Molecular Digital Imaging Facilty

Ear & Auditory Research Laboratory

Neuroscience Institute