Core Research Facilities

Duke University and Duke University School of Medicine offer state-of-the-art shared research facilities that are available for use by all Duke investigators. Core facilities are physically housed and administered by Duke research institutes and centers, including the Duke Cancer Institute and the Duke Human Vaccine Institute.


For more information, please visit the individual facility websites listed under the subheadings below.


is the institutional booking to billing system to support operations of the Shared Resources.  Look below for the asterisk (*) next to the facility to see if they are live in the system.

CoreResearch@Duke Informational Site

this site was created to help people new to  CoreResearch@ Duke  learn more about how to use the system, sign up for training classes and see what new features are coming and what Cores are going live next!


is a user-populated online database of research mouse model strains used and maintained by Duke investigators that enables investigators to search locally available mouse models using a number of criteria.

*Regional Biocontainment Laboratory at Duke