Immuno-Technology Core

The Immuno-Technology Core (ITC) is an education and coordination core that encourages and facilitates utilization of select advanced cellular, imaging, and immunomodulation technology platforms that operate across both Einstein and Mount Sinai. Its objectives are to raise awareness about these technologies; to provide consultation and advice about their potential and limitations; to assist researchers with experimental planning, design, and considerations of expected financial investment; and to facilitate interactions with managers, application scientists, and data analysis specialists working with each technology platform

  • synTac platform (artificial immunological synapse for T cell activation; developed at Einstein by Dr. Steven Almo)
  • IVIS Spectrum in vivo imaging system
  • Multiplexed immunohistochemical consecutive staining on a single slide
  • High-dimensional mass cytometry
  • Automated tissue staining (Leica BOND RX automated IHC research stainer)
  • Whole slide image acquisition (Hamamatsu NanoZoomer S60 Digital Slide Scanner)

Related Shared Facilities
Related Shared Facilities
Center Affiliations
Center Affiliations

Diabetes Research Center

Selected Publications


Location and Contacts

Immuno-Technology Core Forccheimer 403