The DNA Sequencing Core Welcomes New Leadership

A Message from Steve Kunkel, Ph.D., Interim Chief Scientific Director, and BRCF Leadership  We are pleased to announce that Thomas Wilson MD, Ph.D., Professor of Pathology and Human Genetics, and Olivia Koues, Ph.D., have joined the University of Michigan Medical...

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Welcome the NovaSeq 6000

The NovaSeq 6000 combines 2 color SBS chemistry with the nanowell patterned flow cell. There are four flow cells options, SP, S1, S2, and the S4. There are two different ways to load the Flow cell, individual lane loading (XP) so as to run various experiments on the...

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Meet Roland: Vector Core’s Newest Member

In August, Roland Hilgarth, Ph.D., joined the Vector Core as a Research Lab Specialist Lead. While growing up in St. Louis, MO, he often found himself in his parent’s garden, studying bugs and determining which could help, and which could harm, the plants’ growth....

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Thanks for Attending Researchpalooza 2018

Another Fabulous Event in the Books! We can certainly say that this year's Researchpalooza was another hit! Even though the forecast was poor, we ended up with beautiful sunshiny weather. A warm thank you to all those who came out to visit with the Cores,...

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Microscopy Core Phasing Out Histology Services

In order to better focus on providing access to state-of-the-art microscopy imaging and analysis, the Microscopy Core (formerly Microscopy & Image Analysis Laboratory, MIL) is phasing out all light microscopy histology services, including cryosectioning, vibratome...

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New Augmented Reality Game at Researchpalooza

Crack the code, win the prize, and share on social media! Researchpalooza on August 8 is fast approaching, and this year the Medical School Office of Research has developed their own augmented reality game that helps researchers learn more about the Research Project...

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