Physiology Core FacilitiesFacility
The Physiology Core Facility provides basic and biological researchers with a central resource for creating models of animal physiology and pathophysiology. While our main focus is exploring the effects of cardiovascular disease and cancer in rodents, we can provide support to any aspect of animal research.
We offer both invasive and non-invasive techniques for collecting in vivo physiological data. We provide:
- Method development
- Data measurement/analysis
Our staff has extensive surgical experience with a variety of animal models, strains, species and techniques. We can evaluate your needs and provide technical assistance with experimental design and technical training.
Researchers may request our trained facility staff to perform techniques or use the available equipment themselves, once trained. Once approved, researchers can use the Booked electronic scheduling platform to remotely reserve stations or equipment.
USD and USD-affiliated researchers may incur charges for use of the facility. External charge rates apply for outside entities. Contact Core Director Jessica Freeling at firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote or details about available services.
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