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The Oklahoma State University (OSU) Microscopy Facility is a multi-user, shared instrumentation facility for materials research spanning from nanotechnology to biology and medicine. Our analytical capabilities include microscopy via electron beams, force probes and visible light; nanomechanical and nanotribological probes.
The facility resides administratively under the office of Vice President for Research with additional support from the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences, the College of Agriculture Science and Natural Resources, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology. The facility has served as the central research, teaching and training center for microscopy at OSU since 1977. It is located in Suite 104 of the Venture I Building in the Oklahoma Technology and Research Park, Highway 51 and Sangre in Stillwater, Oklahoma
The OSU Microscopy Facility Director is Dr. Ron Van Den Bussche, Senior Associate Vice President for Research and Regents Professor of Integrative Biology.


OSU Faculty Advisory Board Members:


Dr. Michael Grammer, Professor and Chesapeake Energy Chair of Petroleum Geology
Expertise: Characterization of micro- to nano-scale pore systems in sedimentary rocks


Dr. Steven Hartson, Director, Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Core Facility, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Expertise: Mass spectrometry, proteomics, HPLC, DNA sequencing, protein biochemistry, proteotoxicity


Dr. Myron Hinsdale, Associate Professor, Department of Physiological Sciences.
Expertise: SEM, TEM, cilia, basement membrane structural analyses, epithelial homeostasis, extracellular matrix


Dr. Dave McIlroy, Professor of Physics
Expertise: Phenomena of materials with novel morphologies


Dr. Mileva Radonjic, Associate Professor, Samson Investment Chair in Petroleum Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering
Correlative material characterization with emphasis on geochemistry and geomaterials


Dr. Josh Ramsey, Professor, Robert N. Maddox Professorship, Department of Chemical Engineering
Expertise: SEM, TEM of viral and nanoparticle delivery vectors


Dr. Yolanda Vasquez, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry
Expertise: SEM, TEM of inorganic nanoparticles


Dr. Astri Wayadande, Professor, Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology
Expertise: Insect ultra structure, immunocytochemistry, plant ultra structure, SEM of plants/ insects


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