HUGH GREEN CYTOMETRY CENTRE
Based at the Malaghan Institute of Medical Research in Wellington, the Hugh Green Cytometry Centre is New Zealand’s centre of excellence for cytometry and other research technologies.
Generously supported by the Hugh Green Foundation, the Hugh Green Cytometry Centre is enabling Malaghan Institute scientists and to harness the potential of immunotherapy to contribute to a global effort in the fight against disease.
With cutting-edge technology supported by in-house expertise, the Hugh Green Cytometry Centre offers a range of services to researchers and organisations across the sciences and around the world, advancing knowledge across molecular biology, biochemistry, chemistry, neuroscience and marine biology.
The HGCC consists of a team of experts committed to providing technical solutions on a scale ranging from single molecules to whole organisms.
Specialised in flow cytometry, bioimaging, molecular biology and data science, we collaborate closely with scientists to provide education and support, to enable the production of high quality, reproducible data.
The Hugh Green Cytometry Centre is a world-class facility that has enabled the Cawthron Institute to improve the health of young shellfish being grown for research and commercial purposes. Cawthron has used the centre’s various platforms to characterise and better understand our fundamental physiological processes underpinning an emerging primary sector. We’ve also valued the expertise and wrap-around services the centre provides in terms of designing experiments, staff training and data analysis. This is a great resource for New Zealand science.
Charles Eason CRSNZ, CNZM, CMInstD (Former) Chief Executive | Cawthron Institute