The Centre for Personalised Immunology uses state-of-the-art infrastructure located on ANU campus including:
The Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) Biomolecular Resource Facility (BRF), serving ANU and the region since 1988, is a core lab with experience in molecular genetics, protein technologies and bioinformatics. The Genome Discovery Unit (GDU) provides custom pipeline development and analysis of high-throughput DNA sequencing results.
The Australian Phenomics Facility (APF) is a specialised facility for developing, characterising and archiving mouse models of human disease. We have an open access policy and support academic and corporate research programmes in Australia and internationally.
NCI, as Australia’s national research computing service, provides world-class, high-end services to Australia’s researchers, the primary objectives of which are to raise the ambition, impact, and outcomes of Australian research through access to advanced computational and data-intensive methods, support, and high-performance infrastructure. NCI offers comprehensive and integrated high-performance services that cover the gamut of computationally-based research. The infrastructure includes a new 1.2 petaflop HPC system, a 3,500 core high-performance compute cloud, persistent disk storage of more than 10 PBytes, and a new purpose-built data centre.
The MCRF provide access to equipment as well on-going support, advice and training in the following areas which include:
- Flow cytometry: Cell sorting (FACS), benchtop cell analysis, multi parameter analysis, data analysis.
- Microscopy: Brightfield, DIC, fluorescence, confocal and 2 photon microscopy, live cell imaging, data and image analysis.
- Small animal in-vivo imaging: Bioluminescence, fluorescence and micro CT imaging, data analysis, ex vivo CT imaging.
- Histology: Sample preparation, stained and unstained slides, cryo-sectioning, and a wide range of special stains.