RII-Funded

The Molecular Structures Core (MSC) enables researchers to determine the structures and dynamics, or motions, of large biomolecules such as proteins and DNA to understand how they interact with each other and with small molecules such as drugs.
The Genetics Core offers access to resources and services to help investigators, educators, students and the biotech community conduct and promote research in the field of genomics. UAGC provides a wide range of molecular biology services and support ranging from Complete Solutions to fee-per-use services.
The Magnetic Resonance Research Facility (MRRF) supports MRI research within the University community and for industry partners in pharmaceuticals, health care, veterinary care, and behavioral sciences.
HRUF provides small-animal ultrasound imaging with axial resolution down to 30 microns. With the VisualSonics Vevo 2100, as well as data management and analysis software, the system can be used for biomedical research and material characterization
The Translational Bioimaging Resource – Small Animals does small animal MR and PET/MR imaging.
The Machining and Welding Center is an ISO 9001 compliant facility that provides researchers with precision machining, welding, mechanical design, and inspection services. The Center’s projects range from Biomedical to Astronomy and Space. The Center can also provide a basic machine shop safety course to departments on campus.
The Micro/Nano Fabrication Center, or MNFC, offers industrial space and facilities, device processing, and characterization equipment to researchers from academia, federal agencies, and the private sector.
IC-Optical is available to help researchers with light microscopy-based research projects. Housing state-of-the-art laser scanning confocal microscopes, super-resolution and more routine microscopes, it offers technical support to advance scientific inquiry and aid in experimental design.
The IC-Electron provides high-tech, high-resolution biological transmission electron microscopy tools to the UA biomedical research community, as well as industry partners.
The Functional Genomics Core (FGC) provides capacity for high-throughput chemical, RNAi, and deletion library-based screens for the purpose of network analysis, drug and target discovery.
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