Duke University and School of Medicine shared resources offer state-of-the-art research support services and facilities to Duke investigators. Over 70 shared resources provide expertise in a broad range of research needs. Housed and administered by the School’s departments, institutes, and centers, these shared resources are staffed by experts in their fields and are available to the Duke research community.
Office of Research Resources
Joe Rusnak, Research Resources Manager
Core Day is February 26, 2019
This year's Core Day featured research talks by Duke faculty, new shared resource profiles, and opportunities to meet with shared resource staff onsite. See http://medschool.duke.edu/core-day.
Should Biobanks be held to a Clinical Quality Standard? BRPC's Shannon McCall featured on the Mendelspod Science Podcast.
Dr. McCall is the Director of the BioRepository & Precision Pathology Center and an Associate Professor of Pathology. Listen to her interview here, and learn more about the BRPC at http://pathology.duke.edu/brpc.
Core Facilities Open House at Chesterfield Building
GCB will host an open house on February 2 from 3-5pm at the Chesterfield Building for the Proteomics & Metabolomics and Sequencing & Genomic Technologies shared resources.
Serial Block Face Scanning Electron Microscopy Now Available
The Pathology Electron Microscopy shared resource was awarded an NIH grant to bring serial block face scanning electron microscopy to Duke. The microscope is now installed and available for use. Read more about the award and technology here.
New Duke Rodent Inhalation and Physiology Core Resource Facility
The facility provides Duke Investigators and its partners with expertise in rodent inhalation, injury and therapeutic models. Pulmonary specialists and skilled technical staff with greater than 10 years of experience provide all core services.
Sequencing & Genomic Technologies and Proteomics & Metabolomics core facilities are moving locations
Two core facilities, will move into the newly renovated Chesterfield building in downtown Durham in mid-July.