Cores Supporting Cancer Research

Research Cores at Cedars-Sinai are a vital collection of centralized labs and services offering state-of-the-art technology, instruments and resources to cancer researchers.

Supporting researchers with genetically modified animals and designed DNA constructs using advanced genetic technologies.

Arming researchers with the necessary resources to expediently translate laboratory discoveries into patient care and to provide resources for high-throughput analysis of biospecimens.

Providing a foundation for designing, conducting, and analyzing experiments and studies based on data subject to random variation.

Providing overall responsibility for the performance of cancer trials and other cancer research studies at the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute.

Using specialized staff and state-of-art equipment for cell analysis and sorting, while making the newest advances in flow cytometry technology available to the research community.

Gathering genome, transcriptome, epigenome, and metagenome information for investigators, and assisting with sample preparation, quality control or analysis.

Supporting researchers with cutting-edge clinical and preclinical imaging research on human and animal subjects.

Reprogramming, expanding and characterizing human iPS cells from human skin or blood tissues.

Providing high-quality mass spectrometry-based services on global or targeted analyses.

A cross-disciplinary resource for researchers engaged in structural biology, therapeutics development and drug discovery research.

Advancing the development, use and awareness of information technology.

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