Vanderbilt Kennedy Center

mouse brains beneath a microscope

Scientific Instrumentation

Design and construction of specialized scientific research equipment

  • Electronic equipment with customized interfaces
  • Electromechanical and other research equipment such lathe-produced replacement fittings, unique valve assemblies for perfusion studies
  • Equipment for use in human EEG experiments, in vivo electrophysiological recordings, and behavioral studies
  • Fabrication of fMRI-related apparatus for almost any sort of human or animal testing

Contact

Bruce Williams, Core Manager, Scientific Instrumentation, (615) 322-0074

Jeffrey D. Schall, Ph.D., Faculty Coordinator, Scientific Instrumentation, (615) 322-0868