The UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center’s shared resources represent state-of-the-art support services and technology that provide critical support to groups of investigators. Facilities are described briefly below. For additional detail, choose links for each core (below or through the Quick Links above).
Provides biostatistical support to the UCSF cancer research community. >>
Assists with protocol development, data management, regulatory compliance, contract development, and patient registration. >>
Provides computational biology support to the UCSF cancer research community. >>
Provides quantitative PCR (QPCR), single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) analysis, epigenetic analysis, and technical support and education. >>
Facilitates immunohistochemical and molecular genetic analyses of tumor materials. >>
Provides cytometric support, including flow and image cytometry, new cytometric methods and applications, and technical support and education. >>
Provides histologic and hematopoietic research support services relating to malignancies in mouse models of human cancer. >>
Offers a complete set of preclinical services and in vivo imaging devices for cancer investigators. >>
Serves as an analytical chemistry resource for the UCSF tobacco control and cancer research community. >>
Provides database development/support as well as web-based interfaces for database queries and presentation. >>
Services are ordered online through the MyCORES website.
The login to MyCORES is available through MyAccess - https://myaccess.ucsf.edu.
If you find that you do not yet have access to MyCORES in MyAccess, please take a minute to complete the New User Access online form.
For any questions regarding MyCORES, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
UCSF Research Core Facilities and Services
Searchable database of core facilities at all UCSF campus locations, provided by the Translational Technology and Resources Program of UCSF Clinical and Translational Science
This unit is supported by a National Cancer Institute Cancer Center Support Grant (5P30CA082103). Any publications related to work done by this core should reference grant number 5P30CA082103 and must include a PMCID as required by the NIH. For complete instructions on how to acknowledge funding sources, please see http://grants.nih.gov/grants/acknow.htm. For more information on how to obtain a PMCID, please see http://publicaccess.nih.gov/submit_process.htm.
For more information on the CCSG, please contact Erin Bank, PhD, at email@example.com.