Research cores provide medical researchers with specialized scientific services to support their studies. With these shared resources, scientists at Indiana University School of Medicine and partner organizations can access state-of-the-art instrumentation and equipment, technical expertise, and training that advances their work.
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    IU School of Medicine

    Clinical and Translational Support

    The Clinical and Translational Support Lab (CTSL) was created and organized to support laboratory processing across the CTSI and partner institutions.

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    Indianapolis

    Advanced Biomedical Information Technology

    Provide software, technology, and data engineering solutions for research, especially for projects that involve electronic protected health information (ePHI).

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    IU School of Medicine

    Islet and Physiology

    Provides investigators with the capability to obtain high quality rodent pancreatic islets for study.

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    Bloomington

    Electron Microscopy

    Providing equipment, services and expertise for both biological and materials science electron microscopy.

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    IU School of Medicine

    Medical Genomics

    Providing investigators with affordable access to high-quality high-throughput genomics services in a timely fashion.

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    IU School of Medicine

    Metabolomics Collaborative

    The IMC provides comprehensive collaboration on metabolomics projects from ranging study design, to sample preparation, data collection, analysis, and interpretation.

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    Indianapolis

    Electron Microscopy

    A full service research laboratory providing both transmission and scanning electron microscopy.

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    IU School of Medicine

    Bioprinting (3D)

    Helps users bioprint, perfuse, and oxygenate tissue models for their research. Also has a workflow for semi-automated tissue bioprinting, manual tissue biofabrication, as well as several bioreactors (which fit in an incubator) for tissue cultures that provide controlled perfusion and full oxygenation.

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    IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center

    Multiplex Analysis

    Has extensive experience with label-free quantification using the intensity of the top three peptides on a Synapt G2S equipped with ion mobility.