Objectives are to provide investigators with core facilities and services to support biomedical research; to facilitate interdisciplinary neuroscience collaborations; and to provide access to emerging technologies.
Services include training and use of standard light microscopes and image analysis equipment. This core service is provided within Vanderbilt's Cell Imaging Shared Resource.
Provides equipment, methodology consultation, and reagents that assist in the introduction of transgenes for transient transfection, and in the localization of transgene and endogenous gene products.
Joint facility operated by Vanderbilt Kennedy Center and Center for Molecular Neuroscience; houses a full range of mouse behavioral equipment.
Services include various analytical assays, training in HPLC methods for measurement of neurotransmitters and other neurochemicals, DNA extractions, processing of DNA samples and more.
Design and construction of specialized scientific research equipment.
Karoly Mirnics, M.D., Ph.D., Core Director, Neuroscience Services, (615) 936-1074