Core Day is an annual event highlighting research projects enabled by Duke's core facilities, presenting new shared resources and new capabilities within School of Medicine shared resources, and providing an opportunity for the Duke research community to learn what's on the horizon.
Information about the 2019 event will be announced in early 2019.
2018 Core Day
The Year of Cryo-Electron Microscopy at Duke, Mario Borgnia, PhD, Director Molecular Microscopy Consortium, NIEHS
New Shared Resource Profiles
Computational Solutions Shared Resource
Duke Gnotobiotic Core
Research Animal Pathology Service
Research Talks Highlighting Core Facility Vouchers
Discovery of Local Proteomes Within Neural Stem Cells of the Developing Brain, Debra Silver, PhD
Activity-Dependent mRNA Methylation in the Neuronal Transcriptome, Kate Meyer, PhD
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Evasion of Vaccine-Elicited, Protective Immune Responses, Sallie Permar, PhD
The Role of SNCA in Synucleinopathies: New Insights from iPSC-Derived Neuronal Models, Ornit Chiba-Falek, PhD
Temperature Dependent Transposon Mobilization in the Pathogenic Fungus Cryptococcus neoformans, Sue Jinks-Robertson, PhD
Small Molecule Screens to Identify Unique Tumor Vulnerabilities, Kris Wood, PhD
Identification of Pathways Mediating M2 Polarization of Tumor-Associated Macrophages, Yiping Yang, MD, PhD