2022 Annual Meeting
Better Together: Strengthening Communities of Practice and Science
More information about the 2022 Annual Meeting is coming soon.
CORE TOURS - PARTICIPATING SHARED RESOURCES
Campus Chemical Instrument Center
The Campus Chemical Instrument Center (CCIC) is a state-of-the-art campus-wide core facility that currently houses eight high resolution Bruker NMR spectrometers with a range of capabilities: high-sensitivity cryoprobes for biomolecular studies, high throughput sample changers for metabolomics, solid state probes for biomolecules and materials, micro-imaging and diffusion. The Proteomics Shared Resource, housed within the CCIC, enables researchers to discover novel differentially expressed proteins in serum, urine, BAL fluid, saliva, frozen tissues, cell culture media, formalin-fixed tissues and cell lysates via labeling or label free approaches.
CAMPUS Microscopy and IMAGING FACILITY (CMIF)
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The Campus Microscopy and Imaging Facility (CMIF) is a full-service facility, offering services from sample preparation to image processing. We offer a wide variety of instrumentation for use such as electron microscopy, light microscopy and access to other instrumentation for use in sample prep.
CENTER FOR ELECTRON MICROSCOPY AND ANALYSIS
With one of the largest concentrations of electron and ion beam analytical microscopy instruments in any North American institution, the Center for Electron Microscopy and Analysis (CEMAS) brings together multidisciplinary expertise to drive synergy, amplify characterization capabilities, and challenge what is possible in analytical electron microscopy.
Gene Editing Shared Resource
The Gene Editing Shared Resource (GEdSR) is a centralized resource for OSUCCC and non-CCC members to develop, implement and use CRISPR-based approaches in a broad variety of primary and established cell lines, as well as other experimental models.
Genomics Shared Resource
The Genomics Shared Resource (GSR) offers instrumentation and expertise for DNA and RNA analysis using sequencing, genotyping, real-time PCR, Affymetrix GeneChips, nCounter Analysis, next-generation sequencing library generation, next-generation sequencing (through Nationwide Children’s Hospital Biomedical Genomics Core), nucleic acid extraction and QC for RNA/DNA/proteins.
IMMUNE Monitoring and DISCOVERY Platform
The Immune Monitoring and Discovery Platform (IMDP) is a new facility with technology that allows scientists to get a 360-degree view—down to the single-cell level—of what happens in the immune system during treatment with immuno-oncology (IO) agents. The IMDP is no standard shared resource core. Rather, it operates as a technological hub for innovative IO research, paving the way for advanced immune phenotyping and functional analyses as well as multiplexed biomarker detection discovery methods.
Leukemia Tissue Bank Shared Resources
The Leukemia Tissue Bank Shared Resource (LTBSR) helps scientists translate basic research to the clinical setting by providing central collection, processing and storage of tissue samples from patients with leukemia, myeloma or lymphoma enrolled on OSUCCC – James protocols.
Medicinal Chemistry Shared Resource
The Medicinal Chemistry Shared Resource (MCSR) provides medicinal chemistry support to investigators at the OSUCCC – James and to other academic and commercial institutions. It integrates the expertise of multiple disciplines, including synthetic and process chemistry, instrumental analysis and molecular pharmacology.
Pharmacoanalytical Shared Resource
The Pharmacoanalytic Shared Resource (PhASR) supports pre-clinical and clinical drug development at Ohio State by providing high quality and cost-effective bioanalytical method development, quantitative sample analysis, and pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic experimental design, data analysis and modeling.
Veterinary Clinical Research Support
The Veterinary Clinical Research Support Shared Resource (VCRSSR) designs and conducts clinical trials in companion animals with spontaneous diseases to evaluate novel diagnostics and therapeutics and collects biospecimens, such as tissue biopsies, serum, plasma and urine, in support of comparative cancer research.