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The CRR facilitates the integration of multiple studies ranging from pharmacokinetics to functional magnetic resonance imaging.
Strives to eliminate barriers to participation in clinical trials (ex: access, language, culture, distrust). Services: participant recruitment, biospecimen collection, translation, data management.
CECR promotes health research that contributes to the well-being of upper Manhattan communities and provides services including off-campus multipurpose space and participant recruitment.
The Computational Image Analysis Laboratory (CIA Lab) has developed computerized image analysis methods for multiple clinical applications in multiple therapeutic areas.
The CSMSR provides advanced microscope systems for multidimensional optical imaging of living and fixed cells and tissues.
Our facility has a FEI F20 200kV cryoTEM and a FEI Polara F30 300 kV cryoTEM on the CUMC campus and a FEI Krios 300kV cryoTEM at the NYSBC.
The Crystallography Shared Resource helps researchers acquiring structural information on target macromolecules in the elucidation of disease mechanisms and in the development of effective drugs.
Oversight and infrastructure for development of clinical databases and biobanks. Creates systems to acquire, store, and distribute data and specimens for research use with or without linkage to PHI.
The Design and Instrument Shop, in the Center for Radiological Research, uses a CAD (computer aided design) system.
The Electron Microscope Core allows researchers to utilize various electron microscopy applications to observe ultrastructural features of biological tissues.