The Biostatistics Core Facility serves the needs of the cancer researchers within the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center. In particular, members of the Biostatistics Core Facility provide expertise in matters of design, power analysis, statistical analysis, and presentation of outcomes in clinical trials.
The Cell Imaging Facility is located on the second floor of the Morton Building at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Covering a sixteen-room suite of ~2,300 sq. ft, the Cell Imaging Facility provides state-of-the-art light and electron microscopic instruments and consultation to researchers at the Medical School, the Evanston main campus, as well as to users at Children's Memorial Institute for Education and Research (CMIER).
The Genomics Core at the Center for Genetic Medicine is a shared resource facility that provides genomics research related services to investigators at RHLCCC, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University and external users. It provides services for gene expression profiling, SNP analysis, DNA extraction and DNA sequencing.
The mission of this core facility is to provide consultation and support for research that involves collecting, analyzing or interpreting self-report data, and to promote the understanding of measurement fundamentals and the improvement of research practice.
These facilities and resources are accessible to all of the members of the Cancer Center and support the Cancer Center's mission to foster basic clinical and translational research in the mechanisms and treatment of cancer.
The Transgenic and Targeted Mutagenesis Laboratory is designed to produce genetically modified mice for research projects of faculty on the Evanston campus, at the Medical School and at Children’s Memorial Research Center (CMRC).