The BRC provides a wide array of bioinformatics services for all phases of medicine.
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 Siteman Biostatistics Shared Resource (SBSR) facility is a shared resource core supporting consultation on biostatistics and epidemiology.
The BBPU provides collaboration, consultation or specific testing covering neurologic, psychiatric and psychometric domains as well as training in all of these areas.
The Cellular and Molecular Biology Core (CMBC) is specifically tailored to meet the needs of Nutrition Obesity Research Center (NORC) investigators in basic and clinical departments who wish to conduct nutrition- or obesity- related molecular research. The CMBC provides support for the study of adipose tissue biology and of the molecular basis of nutritional effects […]