PNCC offers training in cryo-EM methods via group wokshops and 1-on-1 cross-training of users with awarded projects. The first group workshop will be held August 2019 (attendees have already been selected). More group workshops will be held in early 2020. Visit PNCC's training page for more information and application guidelines.
A state-of-the-art electron microscopy user facility funded by the NIH Common Fund and operated jointly by OHSU and PNNL. The user facility services researchers from a diverse range of backgrounds to tackle the most challenging scientific problems and train the next generation of cryo-electron microscopy specialists and users.
A university with national distinction in advancing health sciences. OHSU concentrates resources on research to prevent and cure diseases, on education that prepares physicians, dentists, nurses and other health professionals to succeed in an evolving health environment, and on patient care that incorporates the latest knowledge and discoveries.
Advancing the frontiers of knowledge, taking on some of the world’s greatest science and technology challenges. Distinctive strengths in chemistry, earth sciences, and data analytics –laying the foundation for innovations that elevate America’s energy resiliency, enhance national security, and improve public health.
A DOE Office of Science user facility, located on the PNNL campus, which partners with diverse communities to develop a predictive understanding of complex biological and environmental systems to enable sustainable solutions to the nation’s energy, environmental, and health care challenges.