The Arts & Sciences Imaging Center is a fee-for-service facility established in 2017 in the Jacobs Science Building. The Center offers access to unique imaging instrumentation and provides genomic/transcriptomic services. A common purpose of many imaging instruments in the facility is to permit the observation of live animals, tissues, or cells over time. Technical expertise to train and assist users is provided by a full-time manager with extensive experience in biological imaging. The Center also provides a variety of transcriptomic and epigenomic services based on 10x Genomics assays. These include single cell RNA-sequencing, single cell ATAC-sequencing, spatial transcriptomics assays, and more. The Imaging Center is supported by the College of Arts & Sciences and the Biology Department. If you have questions about the Imaging Center, instruments available in the Center, or would like to arrange a free consultation to discuss your imaging applications, please visit our website, call (859) 323-9647, or submit a web contact form.