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Harvard NeuroDiscovery Center - Advanced Tissue Resource Center (HMS)

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http://harvard.eagle-i.net/i/0000012c-e15c-7acd-2162-17a280000000

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  1. Core Laboratory

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  2. Resource Description
    "The NeuroDiscovery Advanced Tissue Resource Center (ATRC) provides state-of-the-art molecular pathology resources to the Harvard community. Current resources include laser capture microscopy, DNA/RNA/miRNA quality/expression analysis, Luminex FlexMap 3D multiplex bead cytometry, and real-time PCR. Users should use the ATRC online calendar to check instrument availability prior to booking time. All booking is done directly with ATRC staff. The ATRC is a fee-for-use facility. For NeuroDiscovery members, the first 10 hours of training, consultation and instrument use is free. This initial period is intended to provide a first time user with preliminary data/proof of concept regarding their project, and is generally sufficient when investigators work under the aegis of ATRC staff. Thereafter, the base fee varies depending on activity and the extent of your proposed work. Project-based charge-back agreements for large projects can be negotiated with the ATRC Director, Dr. Charles Vanderburg. Before using the facility, investigators are required to submit an ATRC user form including a brief research summary of their proposed project to the core director. For more information, or to schedule your initial visit, please contact the ATRC. Although priority is given to NeuroDiscovery members investigating neurodegenerative diseases and the CNS, the facility is also available to any academic investigators within the Harvard medical community and the greater-Boston research community. Under special arrangements the facility may also be made available to the commercial sector. Please contact ATRC Director, Dr. Charles Vanderburg, for details."
  3. Additional Name
    ATRC
  4. Contact
    Vanderburg, Charles, Ph.D.
  5. Affiliation
    Harvard Medical School
  6. Website(s)
    http://www.neurodiscovery.harvard.edu/resources/atrc.html
  7. Director
    Vanderburg, Charles, Ph.D.
  8. Secondary affiliation
    Harvard NeuroDiscovery Center
 
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