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.
Biostatistics and Population Research
Provides statistical and population science expertise and collaboration to the UCSF cancer research community on all phases of basic science, translational, clinical, epidemiological, and prevention research.
Cancer Imaging Research
Provides technical capabilities and scientific expertise for integrating cutting-edge, multi-modality imaging into basic, translational, and clinical research.
Computational Biology and Informatics
Provides computational biology and computational infrastructure support to the UCSF cancer research community.
Histology and Biomarkers
Provides state-of-the-art tissue biomarker histologic detection and image analyses for both human and mouse tissue biospecimens.
Laboratory for Cell Analysis
Provides cytometric, microscopic, and genomic support and services for the UCSF cancer research community.
Offers a complete set of preclinical services and in vivo imaging devices for cancer investigators.
Small Molecule Discovery
Collaborates with academics, government labs, and pharmaceutical companies to develop unique chemical probes and drug leads that address unmet medical needs in cancer.
Tobacco and Carcinogen Biomarkers
Serves as an analytical chemistry resource for the UCSF tobacco control and cancer research community.
How to Order Services
To order services, log into UCSF iLab (use your MyAccess credentials). For assistance, review iLab training materials or contact [email protected].
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