Shared Resources Provides Expert Support for Specialized Research Structure
The thirteen shared resources provide access to scientific consultation, services, and technologies that enhance scientific interaction and productivity. Support of these Shared Resources ensures reliability, cost-effectiveness, and access to specialized technologies and methodologies.
How to Access Shared Resources’ Specialized Services
Clinicians and basic scientists, translational and bench researchers, research technicians and students involved in research projects are able to access the vast resources of the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center. Contact information is included in each of the areas of expertise, including:
- Biostatistics, Analytics and Bioinformatics BAB
- Cell and Tissue Imaging CTI
- Experimental Irradiation EI
- Flow Cytometry FLOW
- Health Communications HC
- Immune Monitoring IM
- Pharmacokinetics PK
- Preclinical Imaging and Computational Analysis PICA
- Proteomics - DEVELOPING PRO
- Single Cell Analysis DEVELOPING SCA
- Structure and Drug Screening SDS
- Tissue and Molecular Pathology TMP
- Transgenic Animal Models TAM
World-Renowned Integrity and Expertise of Shared Resources Team
Our Rogel Cancer Center’s shared resources provide a wide range of specific areas of expertise for both the member research scientists as well as visitor scientists from any other organization – many from around the world. For any phase of research - including tissue sample analysis, pathology or instrumentation - our expert team provides the highest level of integrity, experience and expertise for results that support any cancer research pathway. Our collaborative approach, with comprehensive technical and scientific expertise, supports the advancement of cancer research to reduce the burden of cancer and improve quality of life in so many affected.
Shared Resources Citation to Reference
When referencing a Rogel Cancer Center-supported shared resource in any publication or other materials, please use the following citation:
Research reported in this publication was supported by the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number P30CA046592 by the use of the following Cancer Center Shared Resource(s): [insert shared resource name here]
The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.
Contact Shared Resources for More Information
If you have questions about Shared Resources services at the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center, please contact us for more information.
Associate Director: Alnawaz Rehemtulla, Ph.D.
Location: NCRC B520 – 1342
Research Administrator: Kimberly Zuhlke
Location: 6216 Cancer Center