MedH Core facilities

Karolinska Institutet offers a wide range of core facilities, providing service, recourses and competence to academic research. The Department of Medicine in Huddinge, is hosting three core facilities located at Campus Flemingsberg.

DNA pattern in the lunch room ceiling in ANA Futura. Photo: Stefan Zimmerman

The BSL3 laboratory at ANA Futura

The BSL3 facility has three culture rooms for work with airborne pathogens, and a dedicated room for FACS sorting. This facility is a resource for academia, health care and industry.

The BSL3 facility is located in ANA Futura, Alfred Nobels Allé 8, 7th floor, Flemingsberg

Inside research buildning Neo
Neo is Karolinska Institutet’s building at Campus Flemingsberg for experimental biomedical research. Photo: Martin Stenmark

Single Cell Core Facility of Flemingsberg Campus (SICOF)

The Single cell core facility for Flemingsberg campus (SICOF) is a state of the art core facility that supports the Karolinska Institutet South Campus research community. The goal of SICOF is to facilitate the use of single cell/nuclei sequencing technologies for all researchers.

SICOF is located in the NEO research park, Blickagången 16, 7th floor, adjacent to Karolinska University Hospital in Huddinge, Campus Flemingsberg

Picture from MedH Facs
Picture from MedH FACS Photo: FACS

MedH Flow Cytometry Core Facility (FACS)

The MedH Flow Cytometry Core Facility provide researchers opportunity for assisted and non-assisted flow cytometry analysis and cell sorting.

Facs is located at the 7th floor, the NEO research park in Huddinge, adjacent to Karolinska University Hospital in Huddinge, Campus Flemingsberg

KI Core facilities

Apart fromt the MedH Core Facilities, Karolinska Institutet offers a wide range of core facilities for research.

You can find the list A-Z at ki.se