The North Campus facility has staff scientists with extensive expertise in multiparametric flow cytometry, cell sorting, confocal imaging (laser and spinning disc), multispectral imaging, live cell imaging, and digital microscopy. The environment provides an opportunity for peer-funded users to benefit from the broad expertise in cellular and molecular biology provided by facility staff and faculty.   The NC provides cutting-edge equipment and experienced staff to MD Anderson as well as the Texas Medical Center as a whole.

The South Campus facility is located in the South Campus Research Building 2 (SCRB 2) in laboratories located within the Stem Cell Transplantation Research department. The core began operations in 2003 as the South Campus Flow Cytometry & Cell Sorting Core Facility, with a mission to serve the needs of investigators in the Center for Cancer Immunology Research. By 2008, the SCRB flow core had grown to serve hundreds of principal investigators and thousands of researchers & clinicians throughout TMC's research community, and was awarded CCSG support as a part of the FCCIF. Our team of cytometry experts are equipped with state-of-the‐art instrumentation and a wide breadth of cytometry expertise to help researchers with cell sorting and analysis as well as automated confocal imaging and image cytometry.