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Animal Physiology Core

Overview of Services

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.

In addition, the Joslin Animal Physiology Core provides hands-on training of investigators and trainees in several physiological procedures. This core collaborates with almost all of the other cores in the distribution of biofluids and tissues for genetic, genomic, and biostatistical analyses.

Publication Disclaimer

If any of your research has been supported in full or in part by a Joslin Diabetes Center DRC Core, please acknowledge the NIH/NIDDK grant as follows: "Supported by DRC, Grant No. P30 DK036836."

Leadership

Kyoungmin Park

Location and hours of operation

Hours Location

Monday - Friday
8AM - 5PM 

One Joslin Place
BostonMA 02215
United States

Links and Resources

  1. Joslin Animal Physiology Core

Contacts

Name Role Phone Email Location
Kyoungmin Park
Assistant Director
 
617-309-2660
 
kyoungmin.park@joslin.harvard.edu
 
Room 439A
 
Meghan Halpin
Sr. Research Assistant
 

 
meghan.halpin@joslin.harvard.edu
 
Room 474
 

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