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The mission of the Center for In Vivo Imaging Research (CIVIR) is to develop technologies to investigate the interactions between the immune, vascular and nervous systems with the aim to understand dynamic biological processes and decipher the sequence of events and their causative relationship that lead to disease and utilize these tools to design and test effective treatments.

Fibrinogen-induced perivascular microglial clustering is required for the development of axonal damage in neuroinflammation. Davalos D, et al. Nature Commun, 2012. 3:1227. Full Text | Movie 1 | Movie 2 | Movie 3 | Movie 4 | Movie 5 | Movie 6 | Movie 7

In vivo Imaging of the Mouse Spinal Cord Using Two-photon Microscopy. Davalos D, Akassoglou K. J Vis Exp, 2012. (59):e2760. Video

Chronic optical access through a polished and reinforced thinned skull. Drew PJ, et al. Nat Methods, 2010. 7(12):981-984. Full Text