Welcome to the Phenomics Australia Histopathology and Digital Slide Service website
Supported by Phenomics Australia
In step with the rapid evolution of modern genomics medicine research, the APN (Australian Phenomics Network) is evolving to become Phenomics Australia, a forward-thinking research infrastructure provider enabling high-impact healthcare outcomes through the provision of openly-accessible and cutting-edge research services and technical expertise.
Phenomics Australia Histopathology and Digital Slide Service helps researchers across Australia in analysing histology images and data on genetically modified or treated experimental animals.
This service offers the latest in high quality capabilities including:
- Quality controlled mouse necropsies and tissue preparation
- Pathological analysis and scoring of tissues
- Digital slide scanner capable of producing high quality images
- High resolution light microscopy with electronic image capture
- Specialised staining
Staff providing this service have extensive histology, diagnostic and electronic imaging experience. Consultant Medical and Veterinary Pathologists are available to provide expert advice.
The Histopathology and Digital Slide Service is based at the Department of Anatomy and Physiology at the University of Melbourne and is supported by the Federal Government through the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) initiative and by the University of Melbourne.
The Histopathology and Digital Slide Service provides a secure interface where users can login and interrogate their case files and images.
To view your images access slides.
Phenomics Australia Histopathology and Digital Slide Service
- Experimental animal histopathology
- Expert analysis
- On-line reports and images
- Digital slide scanning
- Publication quality images
We provide necropsy and histopathology services to all biomedical researchers across Australia for the evaluation of modified, treated or genetically engineered mice.
The specialist services provided are delivered by a team of experienced Medical and Veterinary pathologists and mouse pathobiologists implementing comprehensive necropsy and evaluation procedures.
Phenomics Australia has been named as an Associated Partner of PATHBIO, a Knowledge Alliance initiative that brings together 22 international universities, research institutions and companies, to build the framework for a European postgraduate degree in precision pathobiology for disease models. PATHBIO is supported by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The key contributors from APN to the PATHBIO initiative are Dr Patrick Sharp (Animal Resource Centre and Australian Phenome Bank), Prof Janet Keast (Histopathology Node, University of Melbourne) and Dr Michael Dobbie (CEO).