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The IT Core is operated by Department of Systems Biology and maintains one of the world's largest academic computing environments devoted to research in molecular and systems biology.
Key functions or resources available for clinical and translational research: clinical infrastructure, biomarkers, community engagement, biostatistics, medicinal chemistry
The Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute is home to three new, state-of-the-art, research-grade MR systems and the laboratories and staff to support their application.
The goal of the Microbiome Core is to facilitate microbiome studies for researchers at CUMC.
The HICCC Molecular Cytogenetics Shared Resource provides classical cytogenetic services as well as state of the art modern DNA damage and DNA repair assays.
The Molecular Pathology Shared Resource facilitates tissue based, human and experimental, basic science and translational cancer research.
The Mouse NeuroBehavior Core is a centralized mouse behavioral testing facility equipped to test a wide range of behavioral phenotypes in mouse models of CNS diseases.
The MRI Center in the Department of Radiology is one of three sites using magnetic resonance (MR) for research at Columbia University.
The OCCC supports biomedical research by providing small molecules to elucidate physiology and pathophysiology and to validate targets for drug discovery.
The PET Imaging Research Center is a comprehensive imaging facility that includes 2 cyclotrons, an FDA-compliant production radiochemistry and radiopharmacy, and 4 scanners.