The Quinn Lab occupies approximately 900 sq. ft. of wet lab space in 3420 ENRC, which has been outfitted to accommodate both in vivo procedures and in vitro cell/tissue culture experiments.
In addition to standard biomedical research equipment, unique features in our lab include an ADMET BioTense Bioreactor and MTESTQUATTRO Material Testing system capable of tensile loads up to 100N and an automated quantitative polarized light microscope. We have also installed an inverted laser scanning confocal microscope. The Olympus Fluoview FV10i-LIV is designed for live-cell imaging and has the following features:

We also have established a Multiphoton Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Facility (2939 ENRC). Our upright multiphoton microscope (Bruker Ultima Investigator Series) has the following capabilities: