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Functional MRI Laboratory (FMRI)

supports research on the structures and functions of the brain that underlie cognitive and affective processes.

Scott Peltier, PhD
(734) 647-8077
spelt@umich.edu

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Germ-Free Mouse Facility

provides services to the entire University of Michigan community and can also ship germ-free mice to locations worldwide.

Germ-Free Mouse Facility
734-615-9420
ulam-germfree@umich.edu

HomeLab

offers a fully functional homelike research environment to facilitate human-centered research in a wide variety of contexts.

Jeannette Jackson
734-763-5325
jackjean@umich.edu

Human Research 3 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Research 3T)

provides anatomic and advanced MR imaging services for IRB-approved, sponsor-funded studies and clinical trials.

Thomas L. Chenevert, PhD
734-936-8866
tlchenev@med.umich.edu

Human Stem Cell and Gene Editing Core (HSCGE)

provides iPSC reprogramming, stem cell characterization and differentiation, and genome editing.

Hybridoma Core

provides custom monoclonal antibody development and bulk production of monoclonal antibodies.

David A. Fox, MD
734-936-5566
dfox@umich.edu

In Vivo Animal Core (IVAC)

is a research pathology service run by ULAM that also provides technical study services on a fee-for-service basis.

Robert Sigler, DVM, PhD, DACVP
734-936-3395
ulam-ivac@umich.edu

Institute for Healthcare and Policy Innovation (IHPI)

access to 20 terabytes of data, from more than 113 million Americans, for researchers to study how healthcare works.

Patrick Brady, MHA
734-763-4335
ihpi-data@umich.edu

Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research Virtual Data Enclave (ICPSR)

maintains a data archive of more than 250,000 files of research in the social and behavioral sciences.

Stuart Hutchings
734-615-7362
sth@umich.edu

Library Visualization Services

provides free support for data visualization across all disciplines.

Library Visualization Services

libvisualization@umich.edu

Lombard Lab

provides usage of the Agilent Seahorse XFe96 for cellular analysis of oxygen consumption and extracellular acidification.

LSA Scientific Instrument Shop

provides custom scientific apparatus from metal and plastic as well as training for students to use machine tools.

Lurie Nanofabrication Facility (LNF)

provides advanced micro- and nano-fabrication equipment and expertise to enable cutting edge research.

Sandrine Martin, PhD
734-277-2365
info@LNF.umich.edu

MCITY

is a proving ground for testing connected and automated vehicles and technologies under controlled and realistic conditions.

MDRC Chemistry Laboratory

provides assays related to diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension for short-term and long-term human and animal studies.

Michigan Center for Materials Characterization (MC)2

is dedicated to the micron and nanoscale imaging and analysis of materials.

Michigan Diabetes Center (MDRC) Molecular Genetics Core (MGC)

applies genetic methodologies to research questions related to diabetes.

David P. Olson, MD, PhD
734-232-8205
dpolson@med.umich.edu

Michigan Diabetes Research Center (MDRC) Animal Studies Core

provides animal services relevant to diabetes and related endocrine and metabolic disorders.

Martin Myers, MD, PhD
734-647-9515
mgmyers@umich.edu

Michigan Diabetes Research Center (MDRC) Clinical Core

provides expertise and services to support basic, translation, and clinical diabetes research.

William Herman, MD, MPH
734-936-8279
wherman@umich.edu

Michigan Diabetes Research Center (MDRC) Microscopy, Imaging, and Cellular Physiology Core (MICP)

provides protein/RNA imaging and cell physiological analysis for diabetes-related research.

David A. Antonetti, PhD
734-232-8230
dantonet@med.umich.edu

Total Cores: 96