Research Core Facilities and Shared Equipment Services

Research Core Facilities and Departmental Shared Equipment resources are part of the research infrastructure and are located across the institution. These leverage expertise and equipment in centralized facilities to support our institutional researchers in a cost-effective and efficient manner. Services are provided through a fee-for-service structure. Alternatively, for larger projects, costs could be recouped as a percent of effort on a grant or contract.

Research Core Facilities are defined as:
• Interdepartmental organizational units that develop, aggregate, manage, and provide specialized resources, services, and tools to researchers across the institution. These tend to be capital - and human resource - intensive platforms to enable research, support a significant user base, and often are financially viable when developed as institutional resources and managed centrally.

Departmental Shared Equipment/Services are defined as:
• Departmentally based piece of shared equipment that should recover its operating costs, through fee-for-service, grant support, or other options. These generally have a focused user base and should be set up with common re-charge cost recovery structures. 

Animal Models - Core Facilities and Shared Equipment Services:

Primary Contacts:
Mark Cline, D.V.M., PhD 716-1564  
Melody Hooker 716-1649  

Comparative Pathology Laboratory (CCMR) - Mark Cline
Diet Preparation Laboratory (CCMR) - Sue Appt
DXA Imaging Suite (CCMR) - Melody Hooker
Mobile Imaging Platform (CCMR) - Melody Hooker
Nursery Suite (CCMR) - Matt Jorgensen

Biochemistry and Structural Biology - Core Facilities and Shared Equipment Services:

Primary Contacts:
Leslie Poole, PhD, 716-6711  
April Campbell, 716-2277  

Analytical Ultracentrifugation Facility - Leslie Poole and Roy Hantgan
Bio/Analytical NMR Laboratory (Instrument) - Doug Lyles and David Horita
Biomolecular Computing and Graphics - Todd Lowther and Tom Hollis
Macro-molecular Interactions Core Laboratory - Roy Hantgan
Mass Spectrometer Facility - Mike Thomas
Protein Analysis Core Laboratory (PACL) - Mark Lively
Crystallography and Computational Biosciences - Todd Lowther and Tom Hollis

Cancer Related - Core Facilities and Shared Equipment Services:

Primary Contacts:
Rebecca Rankin, 716-5689  
Donna Pranke, 716-3976  

Analytical Imaging Core Laboratory - Linda Metheny-Barlow and Fred Perrino
Bioanalytical Laboratory - Mark Lively and Mike Thomas
Biostatistics Core of the CCC - Ralph D'Agostino
Cell and Viral Vector Core Lab of the CCC - Purnima Dubey
Cellular Imaging Core (CCC) - Joseph Sirintrapun
Flow Cytometry Laboratory - Martha Alexander-Miller
Mass Spectrometer Facility - Mike Thomas
Microarray Core Facility (CCC) - Lance Miller
Tumor Tissue Core of the CCC - Edward Levine and Greg Kucera
Crystallography and Computational Biosciences - Todd Lowther and Tom Hollis

Hypertension & Lipid Sciences - Core Facilities and Shared Equipment Services:

Primary Contacts:
Debra Diz, PhD, 716-0757  
Sarah Smith, 716-1106  

Hypertension Core Laboratory (HVRC) - Bridget Brosnihan
Hypertension Core Radioimmunoassay Facility (HVRC) - Bridget Brosnihan
Molecular and Cellular Biology Research Facility (HVRC) - Pat Gallagher and AnnTallant
Lipoprotein Analytic Laboratory - Larry Rudel
Peptide Biochemistry and Metabolism Research Facility (HVRC) - Mark Chappell
Transgenic Animals and Instrumentation Facility (HVRC) - Jasmina Varagic

Additional Core Facilities and Shared Equipment Services:

Animal Resources Program - Richard Young, DVM, 713-7388  
Design Analysis Unit (DAU) - Nick Pajewski, PhD, 713-1396; Greg Russell, 716-5449  
Preclinical Translational Services - Vishal Khanna, 716-8243; 
Wake Forest Core Lab Services - Vishal Khanna, 716-8243;  
Wake Forest Innovations - Vishal Khanna, 716-8243;  

Last Updated: 12-23-2014
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