BU Medical School Facilities

The Boston Medical Center (website) is an extraordinary community of health care providers who mentor and teach Boston University Medical School students as they train to become doctors in their fields of expertise. As part of the CBSS, researchers will have access to these facilities to further enhance the research and applicability of real-world data acquisition from biological samples of relevance to industry. The Boston University School of Medicine (website) has a number of key research centers and facilities including:

  • Research centers:
    • Alzheimer’s Disease Center
    • Center for Biometals and Metallomics
    • Center for Traumatic Encephalopathy
    • Laboratory Animal Sciences Center

  • Core laboratory facilities:
    • Cellular Imaging Laboratory
    • Analytical Instrumentation Laboratory
    • Confocal Laboratory
    • Flow Cytometry Laboratory
    • High-throughput Screening Laboratory
    • Illumina Sequencing Laboratory
    • Molecular Genetics Laboratory
    • Proteomics Laboratory

  • Core Laboratory Resources:
    • Mass Spectrometry
    • Structural Biology

More information about the Boston University Medical Campus: http://www.bumc.bu.edu/index.shtml

More of the core facilities can be found by following the links at: http://www.bu.edu/cores/cores/.