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BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH CORES

 

Joslin's core laboratories provide services, reagents, technical expertise, and education to our diabetes research community.

 

 

 

 

iLab Cores at Joslin Diabetes Center

Core Name Primary Contact Email Phone Number/Ext
Advanced Microscopy Core

Tissue morphology and knowledge of the localization of specific proteins within a cell are integral to understanding cellular metabolism, the causes and consequences of diabetes, and new advances for the treatment of diabetes.

Christopher Cahill christopher.cahill@joslin.harvard.edu
Animal Physiology Core

The purpose of the Animal Physiology Core is to provide technically advanced physiological evaluation of metabolism in diabetes, obesity, and the associated complications in rodents for Joslin Diabetes Research Center investigators and outside users.

Kyoungmin Park kyoungmin.park@joslin.harvard.edu 617-309-2660
Bioinformatics and Biostatistics Core

Jonathan Dreyfuss, PhD. Jonathan.Dreyfuss@joslin.harvard.edu
CRISPR Screening Core

The CRISPR screen core aims to help Joslin researchers to take advantage of the cutting-edge whole genome CRISPR screen technology, to do innovative research and discover new targets for your research projects.

Peng Yi Peng.yi@joslin.harvard.edu
Clinical Research Core

Flow Cytometry Core

The Joslin Flow Cytometry Core provides reliable and affordable cell sorting and flow cytometry services to its users so that they can isolate, analyze, and study cells that increase our understanding of diabetes and its complications, and ultimately, develop treatments and cures for these diseases.

Angela Wood angela.wood@joslin.harvard.edu 617-309-3450
Genome Editing Core

The Genome Editing Core (GEC) provides investigators with resources to manipulate the genome of human cell lines and laboratory mice with the aim of studying the genetics underlying diabetes and its complications.

Stephan Kissler, PhD Stephan.Kissler@joslin.harvard.edu 617-309-4071
Islet Isolation Core

Jennifer Hollister-Lock Jennifer.lock@joslin.harvard.edu 617 309 4391
Molecular Phenotyping and Genotyping Core

The objective of the Molecular Phenotyping and Genotyping Core is to support Joslin and external investigators in the study of molecular mechanisms of disease by providing equipment, expertise, and services in molecular phenotyping.

Alessandro Doria and Mary-Elizabeth Patti alessandro.doria@joslin.harvard.edu / MaryElizabeth.Patti@joslin.harvard.edu 617-309-1966 / 617-309-2635
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