Bringing light to discovery

Picture of the Carver Center for Imaging Logo

The Roy J. Carver Center for Imaging (CCI), located in the basement of the Biology Building East, plays a crucial role in advancing the research and teaching missions of the Department through its state-of-the-art light microscopy and imaging resources. Originating in the mid-1990s with a generous gift from the Carver Foundation, the CCI started with the acquisition of widefield fluorescence light microscopes. Over the years, strategic investments from NIH grants and institutional funds have continuously enhanced the CCI's capabilities in response to evolving imaging technologies.


Michael Dailey portrait

Michael Dailey

Associate Professor
Carver Center for Imaging (CCI) Director