Our school’s shared core instrumentation and transgenic animal facilities support research by UB faculty and investigators at our affiliated institutions.
These facilities not only house state-of-the-art equipment but in many cases also provide data analysis, training and grant writing consultation.
The Health Sciences Collaborative Core Facilities (HSCCF) provide multipurpose services to the biomedical research community at the University at Buffalo.
These centers are your source for solutions to a wide variety of research problems by leveraging the knowledge and experience of PhD-level lab managers, administrators and directors.
These core facilities, part of the Western New York Stem Culture and Analysis Center, facilitate fundamental and translational stem cell research and development.