The Biologic Therapy Core Facility (BTCF) will facilitate the rapid and early translation of promising novel research into clinically relevant interventions intended to treat, prevent, or improve outcomes for cancer and other diseases.
Dedicated imaging facility for most aspects of brightfield, fluorescence and Electron Microscopy
The Core provides service, collaboration, training and advice on mass spectrometry-based analysis of biomolecules involved in metabolism, nutrition, pathophysiology, and cell signaling.
Biostatistics Cores generally provide support in the areas of data management, quality control, and data analysis to a Medical Center project.
The Cellular and Molecular Biology Core (CMBC) – formerly the Adipocyte Biology and Molecular Nutrition (ABMN) Core – was established in 2006 with a focus on assessment of adipose tissue morphology and function. Since then, the Core has broadened its scope to meet changing needs, an now provides assistance in conducting leading-edge research in the […]
The Center for Administrative Data Research (CADR) serves to provide resources and training in the use of health services administrative data in clinical, epidemiologic, health services, and outcomes research.
Hospital-based research facility that provides access to advanced clinical imaging technologies and resources needed to execute clinical research studies
The overarching goal of the Center for Community-Engaged Research is to facilitate active engagement and participation by community stakeholders as partners in all stages of the clinical and translational research process to improve community health.