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Advance Instrument Engineering & Development group will design, build and tests commercially unavailable instruments, tools, and software.
The ATPI Core provides immunohistochemistry and immunofluorescence staining as well as confocal, live 2-photon, STORM and SIM, TIRF, and electron microscopy to facilitate diabetes research.
The phenotyping capabilities of the Animal Phenotyping Core include whole animal measurements of body composition and energy utilization.
Our mission is to prospectively collect and store samples from recipients of all types of transplants and make these materials available to investigators for clinical research studies.
The Biomarkers Core Laboratory executes mass spectrometry assays in support of pre-clinical, translational, and clinical research.
The Biomarkers Shared Resource provides a centralized and cost-effective resource for receiving, handling, and storing human samples that are collected as part of research studies.
Provides informatics services including the Clinical Data Warehouse Navigator who assists investigators in requesting clinical data to determine availability of potential research participants.
Provides training; expertise in data analysis tools/methodologies; access to state of the art software, databases, models, and computing infrastructure; and customized data analysis workflows.
Facilitates nutrition components of CRR protocols. Includes controlled feeding and metabolic studies, nutrition assessment, counseling study participants, and planning and data collection.
The objectives of this resource are to collaborate with investigators in the design, conduct, analysis, interpretation, and reporting of their clinical, laboratory, and population science studies.