Image Analysis Consulting
The BIDC welcomes new challenges when it comes to image analysis. If you have a project or set of data that you are unsure about how to analyze, or have questions about what software is best to use, we are happy to help. 

Each week, the Image Analysis Core will be regularly available during a 4-hour window (Monday, 1:00-5:00 pm) for folks to freely drop in and ask questions and/or receive help. If it happens that your question demands more attention than a few hours can offer, we'll schedule a consultation to decide on how best to proceed. 

We are open to working with you on long-term projects that may require multiple meetings and collaboration. Visit us if you think you may have a tough nut to crack!

Adam Fries is our first point of contact for image analysis. Feel free to email him directly (adam.fries@ucsf.edu).

Example On-Going Projects Include:
  • Characterizing the spatial distribution of germ cells in mouse ovaries using Imaris and Matlab (Laird Lab).
  • Creating an automated way to measure the polar and azimuthal angles made between the ovarian glands and lumen of mouse ovaries using Imaris and Matlab (Laird Lab).
  • Characterizing the spatial distribution of multiple sets of the lung cells with relation to each other (Molofsky Lab).
  • Characterizing the spatial relationship between Tcells and vasculature in the pancreas using Arivis and Python/Matlab (Krummel Lab).
  • Determining the 3D relationship of protein distribution on a live cell surface (Krummel Lab).