UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center currently provides six shared resources to help our researchers discover how to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer.
In addition, the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine has over 70 Core Facilities for researchers, students and staff.
Serves as the biostatistical and biomathematical resource for investigators in areas of basic science, translational and clinical research design, and data analysis, modeling and management.
Supports instrumentation, and technical and professional assistance for performing laser-based flow cytometry. The also perform consultation and educational support for all research professionals.
Provides comprehensive next generation sequencing and microarray services in a cost-effective and timely manner to serve UCLA’s basic, translational and clinical researchers.
Maintains small molecule chemical libraries for screening by investigators, and can tap into existing libraries and develop new libraries in conjunction with UCLA chemists.
Small Animal Imaging
Performs imaging for UCLA investigators and the scientific community. The resource also assists with study design, procedures, and training and data analysis for interpretation of results.
Performs human tissue procurement, histology services, laser capture microdissection, immunohistochemistry/immunofluorescence, data analysis, and pathology consultation services.