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Michigan Elemental Analysis Laboratory (MEAL)

provides analysis on a variety of biological, environmental, geological, chemical, pharmaceutical, and industrial materials.

Angela Dial, PhD
(734) 647-1836

Michigan Flora Online

presents the basic information about all vascular plants known to occur outside of cultivation in the state.

Anton A. Reznicek

Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR)

educates, funds, connects & supports clinical and translational research teams.

Michigan Integrative Musculoskeletal Health Core Center (MiHMC)

provides analyses aimed at understanding musculoskeletal health.

Karl Jepsen, PhD

Michigan Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Center (MMPC) Animal Phenotyping Core

provides phenotyping services for models of diabetes, diabetic complications, obesity, and related metabolic diseases.

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Michigan Performance Research Laboratory (MiPR)

investigates the biomechanics of human movement with the intention of optimizing potential, performance, and functionality.

Ronald Zernicke, PhD
(734) 647-0284

Micro & Nano Computed Tomography Advanced Imaging Core

provides 3-D imaging and quantitative analysis of structures/materials, including metals, silica-based chips and plastics.

Microbiome Core

provides microbial sequencing, high-throughput nucleic acid extraction, microbial cultivation, and strain identification.

Tom Schmidt, Ph.D

Mixed Methods Program

promotes rigorous mixed methods research and scholarship across academic disciplines.

Morphomic Analysis Group (MAG)

provides morphomic data derived from medical imaging to improve patient care, further research, and support education.

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Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Center (MMPC) Microvascular Complications Core

provides microvascular phenotyping of models of diabetes, obesity and metabolic disease.

Multicultural Study of Trauma Recovery (MiStory)

an international collaboration working together to study the relationships among culture, gender, and trauma recovery.

Denise Saint Arnault

NanoPos Group

studies nano-scale defects and open volumes in condensed matter using positron annihilation spectroscopies.

Natural Products Discovery Core (NPDC)

develops candidates identified through high-throughput screening into unique, bioactive, patentable, small molecules.

Ashootosh Tripathi, PhD

Neuropsychology Program

provides neuropsychological evaluations, quality assurance, test formulation, data collection coordination, and analysis.

Carol Persad, PhD

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Nutrition, Exercise and Phenotype Testing Core (NExT)

provides general phenotyping, bionutrition support, and physical activity/exercise assessments.

Omics and Bioinformatics Core (OBIC)

provides omic study support for members of the Michigan Center on Lifestage Environmental Exposures and Disease.

Maureen Sartor, PhD

Pharmacokinetic and Mass Spectrometry Core

maintains mass spectrometry instruments and the technical expertise to design quantitative assays for drug-like compounds.

Physiology Phenotyping Core (PPC)

provides phenotyping services for animal models, with a primary focus on mouse and rodent models of disease.

Daniel Michele, PhD

Platelet Pharmacology and Physiology Core

facilitates blood collection, pharmacological equipment usage and training services.

Total Cores: 96