Cores

The Animal Physiology Core provides pediatric researchers with services and equipment to develop and characterize animal models relevant to investigating pediatric diseases.

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The Biomarkers Core provides state of the art equipment and up-to-date technology to provide high quality analysis of biological samples in the fastest turnaround time possible to support pediatric research.

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The Biorepository Core offers biorepository services to investigators conducting basic science, epidemiologic, translational and clinical research related to improving child health. Investigators may request to use existing banked samples and to have new samples collected, processed, stored and distributed.

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The Biostatistics Core provides assistance with analytics and statistical methodology for the design and preparation of studies, grant proposals, and manuscripts. 

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The Cardiovascular Imaging Core provides non-invasive cardiovascular imaging support for investigators involved in clinical research involving infants, children and adolescents.

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The CF Discovery Core utilizes the Cystic Fibrosis Biospecimen Registry (CF-BR) which is a storage bank of several thousand biofluids collected from patients with cystic fibrosis at varying disease states. These treasured samples may be the keys that will allow researchers to unlock the mysteries underlying the changes that occur in the lungs of CF patients as the disease progresses.

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The CF Animal Models Core provides murine models relevant to cystic fibrosis researchers. 

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Pediatric Flow Cytometry Core provides cytometry services for the analysis and sorting of cells as well as expert consultation for experimental design and planning.

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The General Equipment Core provides access to standard laboratory equipment to support pediatric research.

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Emory University offers the several resources to facilitate genetic and genomics research.

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The Grants Editing & Manuscript Support Core (GEMS) provides a number of resources to aid grant and manuscript development and writing.

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The research informatics team has experience and expertise in reconciling and augmenting data capture in the clinical domain with secondary use for research purposes.

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The Integrated Cellular Imaging Core provides access to cutting-edge cellular imaging technologies and technical expertise to support pediatric research.

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The CHOA Laboratory and Clinical Pathology Research Core provides clinical laboratory testing, specimen processing, histology services, and de-identified tumor bank specimens to investigators conducting research at CHOA (Egleston and Scottish Rite) and affiliated organizations.

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Medical Imaging Resources are offered through a cross-disciplinary scientific, administrative, and educational home for imaging science through the Emory Center for Systems Imaging (CSI) and the Pediatric Imaging Research Core (PIRC) at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.

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The Pediatric Heart Diseases Data Registry Core provides access to rich registry data from surgical, catheter-based and electrophysiologic studies and interventions for multiple pediatric heart diseases. The data represent over 300,000 event outcomes and have been collected from over 140,000 patients since 1982.

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The mission of the Emory Integrated Core Facilities is to advance the research mission of Emory University. We are here to aid Emory researchers access and effectively use the latest technologies in support of their research. Please check us out at www.cores.emory.edu to learn more about the cores at Emory University.

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The Petit Institute's state-of-the-art research facilities, known as "Core Facilities," serve as a shared resource for the bioengineering and bioscience community.

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