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Buehler Biomedical Imaging Center

Mission: The Buehler Center for Biomedical Imaging is a core undergraduate imaging, microscopy, and flow cytometry facility within the Olin Biology Department building. Our mission is to support undergraduate students in the biomedical and basic sciences in order to prepare them for success in graduate and medical programs and ultimately to develop the leaders our world needs.

Biology professors and principal investigators of the Buehler Biomedical Imaging Center Melissa Petreaca and Pascal Lafontant with Buehler Family Foundation President A.C. Buehler ’78 and Dr. Mark McCoy


“It was critical that if we were going to make a grant to DePauw it be something that was important to the university and would advance undergraduate education,” A.C. said. “DePauw students and faculty are already involved in the types of biomedical and biochemical research that are typically done at the graduate level. The Buehler Biomedical Imaging Center will provide resources to continue and advance that important research and will allow for new research projects. The center will not only advance health research and discoveries but will also be a resource for faculty who are working with students to educate the next generation of scientists and health professionals.”

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