One aspect of the present disclosure can include a microfluidic device for imaging a tissue sample. The device can include a tissue chamber, a liquid inlet channel, and a liquid outlet channel. The tissue chamber can be defined by a plurality of walls, at least one of which is transparent. The liquid inlet channel can be fluid communication with the tissue chamber. The liquid outlet channel can be in fluid communication with the tissue chamber. The tissue chamber can be sized and dimensioned to completely immobilize the tissue sample during imaging.