The Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee (IACUC) oversees and evaluates all aspects of Duke’s animal care and use program. The IACUC ensures that all animals in experimental research are used appropriately and are treated in accordance with the highest standards of humane care.
Cell Therapy cGMP Manufacturing Facility, a componenet of the Robertson Clinical and Translational Cell Therapy Program (CT2), provides infrastructure and support for the development and manufacture of advanced cell and tissue-based therapeutic products.
Mousebase@Duke is a user-populated catalog of research mouse model strains used and maintained by Duke investigators, enabling investigators to access existing models instead of developing for increased research efficiency.
Available to investigators at Duke on a fee-for-service basis.
School of Medicine Core Research Facilities is comprised of more than 30 shared research facilities available for use by Duke investigators.
Duke Cancer Institute Shared Resources The Duke Cancer Institute (DCI) supports 13 shared resources that provide technologies and advisory services to enhance scientific interaction and productivity.
myRESEARCHnavigators is a team that can assist with identifying resources, finding answers to questions, and providing an overview of a process or requirement for research at Duke.
MyResearchNavigators developed a comprehensive file of core facilities on campus that provide flow cytometry services. This Excel file includes detailed technical information including equipment type, capabilities, lasers, cell types, pricing, and any accreditations. It also includes the facility name and leadership for each unit. The file is current through May 2015.
To request a copy of this file, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.