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ABX GuideResource, continuing medical education, data or information resource, training resource, databaseConcise, clinically useful information for diagnosing, managing and treating infectious diseases in adults; however it does cover some pediatric topics including vaccines. It is designed for primary care providers and other non-infectious disease specialists as a tool that can be used at the point of care to assist in prescribing antibiotics.drug interaction, drug, evaluation, antibiotic, clinical, contraindication, diagnosis, disease, disease state, dosing, immunization, indication, infectious disease, literature review, pathogen, pharmacokinetics, side effect, treatment, vaccine, antibiotic, adult, pediatric, vaccine, point of careSCR_008214(ABX Guide, RRID:SCR_008214)Infectious diseaserelated to: Johns Hopkins Point of Care Guides, Johns Hopkins University, Maryland, USALast checked upnif-0000-21292
Big Ten Cancer Research ConsortiumResourceA consortium that aims to transform cancer research through collaborative oncology trials that leverage the scientific and clinical expertise of the Big Ten universities. The goal is to align the conduct of cancer research through collaborative, hypothesis-driven, highly translational oncology trials that leverage the scientific and clinical expertise. The clinical trials that will be developed will be linked to molecular diagnostics, enabling researchers to understand what drives the cancers to grow and what might be done to stop them from growing. The consortium also leverages geographical locations and existing relationships among the cancer centers. One of the consortium's goals is to harmonize contracts and scientific review processes to expedite clinical trials. The consortium will only focus on phase 0 to II trials because larger trials - even a randomized phase II trial - are difficult to conduct at a single cancer center.oncology, drug development, basic research, clinical trial, clinical, genitourinary, gastrointestinal, thoracic, breast, nanotechnology, virus, triple-negative cellSCR_004025(Big Ten Cancer Research Consortium, RRID:SCR_004025)Hoosier Cancer Research Network Canceraffiliated with: Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania, USA, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin, USA, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA, Northwestern University, Illinois, USA, University of Nebraska, Nebraska, USA, University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Minnesota, USA, Michigan State University, Michigan, USA, University of Michigan, Michigan, USA, University of Iowa, Iowa, USA, Indiana University, Indiana, USA, University of Illinois College of Medicine, Illinois, USALast checked upnlx_158452
Cancer Imaging Phenomics ToolkitResource, software resource, image analysis software, data processing software, software applicationSoftware platform for analysis of radiographic cancer images. Used as quantitative imaging analytics for precision diagnostics and predictive modeling of clinical outcome.analysis, radiographic, cancer, image, quantitative, analyticsSCR_017323(Cancer Imaging Phenomics Toolkit, RRID:SCR_017323)CancerNCIrelated to: University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, Pennsylvania, USA, submitted by: Resource Identification PortalPMID:29340286Last checked uphttps://github.com/CBICA/CaPTk/
Research AcceleratorResource, service resource, portal, database, community building portal, data or information resourceSoftware platform that allows researchers to easily collaborate on research and share reagents, antibodies, cell lines and more. It is designed to increase scientific collaboration across disciplines and geographical boundaries. Among the institutions now using the platform include Yale University, U of Pennsylvania, U of Chicago, Washington U, Cambridge University, University College London. The platform is licensed to select institutions. ResearchAccelerator.org allows researchers to form targeted, data driven collaborations. Researchers can search for data based on gene, disease and pathway, and they can post data which would otherwise be orphaned. The resulting collaborations, which are likely to be transdisciplinary, can greatly amplify impact and research productivity.collaboration, transdisciplinary research, gene, pathway, disease, cell line, data, human sample, laboratory protocol, medical device, equipment, resource, reagent, research project, transgenic animal, knock out animal, validated antibody, yale keck proteomics assay, allergy, immunology, bone, joint, orthopedic, cancer, cardiovascular, gastroenterology, infectious disease, neurologic disease, organ transplantation, psychiatric disease, reproductive disease, vascular disease, sharing, material resourceSCR_006051(Research Accelerator, RRID:SCR_006051)University of California at San Diego; California; USA Allergy, Immunology, Bone, Joint, Orthopedic, Cancer, Cardiovascular, Gastroenterology, Infectious Disease, Neurologic disease, Organ Transplantation, Psychiatric disease, Reproductive disease, Vascular diseaseused by: University College London, London, United Kingdom, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom, Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, University of Chicago, Illinois, USA, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Yale University, Connecticut, USALast checked upnlx_151451
Cooperative Human Tissue Network Western Division at Vanderbilt University Medical CenterResource, biomaterial supply resource, material resource, tissue bankThe Cooperative Human Tissue Network- Western Division at Vanderbilt University Medical Center is one of six institutions throughout the country funded by the National Cancer Institutes to procure and distribute remnant human tissues to biomedical researchers throughout the United States and Canada. CHTN operates through a shared networking system which allows investigators greater access to available research specimens. CHTN offers a variety of preparation and preservation techniques to ensure investigators are receiving the quality specimens needed for research. Remnant tissues are obtained from surgical resections and autopsies and are procured to the specifications of the investigator.tissueSCR_006661(Cooperative Human Tissue Network Western Division at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, RRID:SCR_006661)Vanderbilt University; Tennessee; USA AllNCIrelated to: Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Tennessee, USA, listed by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank Listing, lists: Biospecimens/Biorepositories: Rare Disease-HUB (RD-HUB)Last checked upnlx_143710
National High Magnetic Field Lab DC Field Core FacilityResource, service resource, core facility, access service resourceFacility located at MagLab headquarters near Florida State University in Tallahassee. Contains 14 resistive magnet cells connected to 56 megawatt DC power supply and 15,000 square feet of cooling equipment to remove heat generated by magnets. Includes several superconducting magnets operating at millikelvin temperatures. Among these instruments is 45-tesla hybrid magnet, which offers scientists strongest continuous magnetic field in world. Research is supported by magnet plant and cryogenic system operators. Technicians design, build and repair instruments for user research.Magnet, NHMFL, magnetic, field, plant, cryogenicSCR_017358(National High Magnetic Field Lab DC Field Core Facility, RRID:SCR_017358)Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Florida State, NIH, NSFrelated to: Florida State University, Florida, USALast checked up
Marine Biological LaboratoryResource, organization portal, training resource, biomaterial supply resource, journal article, postdoctoral program resource, narrative resource, portal, meeting resource, material resource, funding resource, data or information resourcePrivate non-profit laboratory at the University of Chicago that works on scientific discovery of biodiversity, understanding the environment and exploring the human condition through education and research.marine sciences, chicago, marine biology research, environmental scienceSCR_002410(Marine Biological Laboratory, RRID:SCR_002410)listed by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank Listing, affiliated with: University of Chicago, Illinois, USA, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Massachusetts, USALast checked upnif-0000-00389
ShareLaTeXResource, software resource, software application, authoring toolAn collaborative tool which allows users to edit LaTeX documents in their browser. Multiple users can simultaneously access and edit the same LaTeX document and see the changes in real time. The latest version is available online, and the built in chat helps communicate with others while editing.collaboration tool, authoring, LaTexSCR_002652(ShareLaTeX, RRID:SCR_002652)related to: FORCE11, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Stanford University, Stanford, California, Harvard University, Cambridge, United States, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom, Yale University, Connecticut, USA, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Massachusetts, USA, used by: University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Stanford University, Stanford, California, Harvard University, Cambridge, United States, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom, Yale University, Connecticut, USA, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Massachusetts, USA, listed by: FORCE11Last checked upnlx_156080
Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research; New York; USAResource, institutionSCR_004334(Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research; New York; USA, RRID:SCR_004334)related to: New York University, New York, USALast checked upnlx_151961
Charles Stark Draper LaboratoryResource, organization portal, portal, data or information resourceA not-for-profit research and development laboratory focused on the design, development, and deployment of advanced technological solutions for the nation's most challenging and important problems in security, space exploration, healthcare, and energy. Their expertise includes the areas of guidance, navigation, and control systems; fault-tolerant computing; advanced algorithms and software solutions; modeling and simulation; and MEMS and multichip module technology. With a strong commitment to delivering working solutions to their sponsors, they apply their expertise to a variety of domains, including autonomous air, land, sea, and space systems; information integration; distributed sensors and networks; precision-guided munitions; and biomedical engineering; chemical/biological defense; and energy system modeling and management. When appropriate for the needs of their sponsors, they will work with commercial partners to transition their technology to commercial production.engineering, technology, research, defense, space, biomedical, energy, serviceSCR_003736(Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, RRID:SCR_003736)related to: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Massachusetts, USALast checked upnlx_157942
University of Rochester; New York; USAOrganization, university, institutionPrivate research university in Rochester, New York. University grants undergraduate and graduate degrees, including doctoral and professional degrees.SCR_003821(University of Rochester; New York; USA, RRID:SCR_003821)related to: University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, New York, USALast checked upnlx_81263
EnCor Biotechnology Inc.Organization, commercial organization, antibody supplier, production service resource, analysis service resource, service resource, reagent supplier, material resourceA company committed to the development, characterization and manufacture of antibody and ELISA type assays for academic, biopharmaceutical and clinical research.development, characterization, manufacture, antibody, ELISA, assay, reagent, academic, biopharmaceutical, clinical, research, serviceSCR_003951(EnCor Biotechnology Inc., RRID:SCR_003951)related to: University of Florida, Florida, USALast checked upnlx_152355
LINCS Information FrameworkResource, data or information resource, databaseDatabase for Library of Integrated Network-Based Cellular Signatures (LINCS) data that leverages semantic-web technologies and domain level ontologies. The NIH LINCS program aims to generate an extensive reference set of cellular response signatures to a variety of small molecule and genetic perturbations. The goal is to create a sustainable and widely accessible knowledge resource to advance understanding of the highly orchestrated interplay of molecular biological components in maintaining healthy development and how their perturbation causes disease. The data sets produced at LINCS span a variety of assay formats and technologies, including biochemical and single cell phenotypic responses, and genome-wide transcriptional profiling. This knowledge-based, extensible information system of interconnected components is designed to help scientists to use data and results produced in the LINCS and other NIH screening programs in their own research and to support their translation towards the development of novel therapeutics.bioassay, cell, small molecule, kinase protein, compound, cell, gene, metadata standard, cell line, primary cell, rnai reagent, rnai, reagent, protein reagent, protein, antibody reagent, antibody, perturbagen, growth factor, ligand, linked data, organ, disease, data setSCR_003937(LINCS Information Framework, RRID:SCR_003937)University of Miami; Florida; USA NHGRI, NHLBIrelated to: Broad Institute, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts, USA, Columbia University, New York, USA, Yale University, Connecticut, USA, Arizona State University, Arizona, USA, uses: HMS LINCS Database, Bioassay Ontology, Molecular Libraries ProgramLast checked upnlx_158348http://life.ccs.miami.edu/life/
International AMD Genetics ConsortiumResource, organization portal, portal, consortium, data or information resourceConsortium aiming to identify the remaining genetic risk variants for Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD). To increase the statistical power needed to identify genes that have small, yet significant contributions to AMD, the consortium is conducting a meta-analysis on 15 Genome Wide Association Studies (GWAS) pooled from consortium members representing over 8,000 patients with advanced AMD (dry type, neovascular, or both) and 50,000 controls. In addition to verifying known genes, the consortium identified 19 new gene variants. The genes identified in these studies function in the immune system, cholesterol transport and metabolism, and formation and maintenance of connective tissue. This study provides a nearly complete picture of genetic heritability for AMD.genetic variant, genome-wide association study, gene, risk factor, genetics, visual system, eye, late adult human, basic science, biomarkerSCR_004009(International AMD Genetics Consortium, RRID:SCR_004009)Case Western Reserve University; Ohio; USA , National Eye Institute (NEI) Commons NEIrelated to: National Eye Institute (NEI) Commons, Boston University, Massachusetts, USA, University of Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany, Vanderbilt University, Tennessee, USA, Case Western Reserve University, Ohio, USA, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts, USA, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, Queen's University Belfast, Ireland, United Kingdom, Columbia University, New York, USA, Johns Hopkins University, Maryland, USA, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom, University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom, University College London, London, United Kingdom, University of Athens, Athens, Greece, University of Thessaly, Thessaly, Greece, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia, Lions Eye Institute for Transplant and Research, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia, National Institute of Health and Medical Research, Rennes, France, Centre dEtude du Polymorphisme Humain, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, University of Miami, Florida, USA, Texas Biomedical Research Institute, Texas, USA, University of Utah, Utah, USA, University of California at San Diego, California, USA, University of California at Los Angeles, California, USA, Oregon Health and Science University, Oregon, USA, University of Michigan, Michigan, USALast checked upnlx_158429
MIT Center for Biomedical InnovationResource, organization portal, portal, consortium, data or information resourceConsortium formed to improve global health by overcoming obstacles to the development and implementation of biomedical innovation. CBI provides a safe and transparent environment for collaborative research among industry, academia, and government, and draws on the expertise of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology''''s (MIT) Schools of Engineering, Science, and Management, as well as the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology (HST). The center manages several consortia addressing a variety of challenges in the global biomedical industry by developing, testing, and disseminating new knowledge and tools designed for real world application through the following programs: the Biomanufacturing Program (BioMAN), the Consortium on Adventitious Agents in Biomanufacturing (CAACB), and New Drug Development Paradigms (NEWDIGS). The consortia managed by CBI include: * Biomanufacturing (BioMAN): a collaborative research and educational program in biotherapeutic manufacturing. The objective is to develop new knowledge, science, technologies and strategies that advance the manufacture and global delivery of high quality biopharmaceuticals. BioMAN activities bring together thought leaders from industry, the government/FDA and academia and involve faculty from across the Schools of Science, Engineering and Management at MIT * Consortium on Adventitious Agent Contamination in Biomanufacturing (CAACB): Their mission is to develop a comprehensive understanding of adventitious agents encountered in biomanufacturing, the sources of such agents, and a systematic, risk-based analysis of the most effective strategies and technologies to prevent contamination. * NEW Drug Development ParaDIGmS (NEWDIGS): focuses on transforming the current global pharmaceutical innovation ecosystem to more reliably and sustainably deliver new, better, affordable drugs to the right patients faster. System re-engineering projects are designed and executed with input from industry; regulators from US, Europe, Singapore, and Canada; payers and health technology assessment officials; providers, patients, and academic researchers from MIT, Harvard and other leading academic institutions.biomedical innovation, biomedical, innovation, biomanufacturing, biopharmaceutical, pharmaceutical, drug development, product development, tool development, clinical trial, drug, biotechnology, diagnostics, medical deviceSCR_004027(MIT Center for Biomedical Innovation, RRID:SCR_004027)Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Massachusetts; USA government, industry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Massachusetts; USA, Membership fees, Merck Company Foundation, MTC/JAII, Office of the Provost, Office of the Vice President for Research and Associate Provost, philanthropic organizations, School of Science, the MIT Sloan School of Management, the School of Engineeringrelated to: Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Georgetown University, Washington D.C., USA, Northeastern University, Massachusetts, USA, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York, USA, listed by: Consortia-pediaLast checked upnlx_158454
Brain Architecture ProjectResource, topical portal, portal, data or information resourceEvolving portal that will provide interactive tools and resources to allow researchers, clinicians, and students to discover, analyze, and visualize what is known about the brain's organization, and what the evidence is for that knowledge. This project has a current experimental focus: creating the first brainwide mesoscopic connectivity diagram in the mouse. Related efforts for the human brain currently focus on literature mining and an Online Brain Atlas Reconciliation Tool. The primary goal of the Brain Architecture Project is to assemble available knowledge about the structure of the nervous system, with an ultimate emphasis on the human CNS. Such information is currently scattered in research articles, textbooks, electronic databases and datasets, and even as samples on laboratory shelves. Pooling the knowledge across these heterogeneous materials - even simply getting to know what we know - is a complex challenge that requires an interdisciplinary approach and the contributions and support of the greater community. Their approach can be divided into 4 major thrusts: * Literature Curation and Text Mining * Computational Analysis * Resource Development * Experimental Effortscentral nervous system, connectivity, mapping, model, neuroanatomy, organism, post-mortem, structure, nervous system, structure, human, mouse, brain, zebra finch, addiction gene, addictionSCR_004283(Brain Architecture Project, RRID:SCR_004283)Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Crick-Clay Professorship in Biomathematics at CSHL, Mathers Foundation, NIDA, NIMH, Simons Foundation, W. M. Keck Foundationrelated to: Mouse Brain Architecture Project, Mouse Brain Architecture Project, lists: Allen Institute for Brain Science, University of California at Los Angeles, California, USALast checked upnlx_143664
Cooperative Human Tissue NetworkResource, biomaterial supply resource, material resource, tissue bankThe Cancer Diagnosis Program of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) initiated the Cooperative Human Tissue Network (CHTN) in 1987 to provide increased access to human tissue for basic and applied scientists from academia and industry to accelerate the advancement of discoveries in cancer diagnosis and treatment. This unique resource provides remnant human tissues and fluids from routine procedures to investigators who utilize human biospecimens in their research. Unlike tissue banks, the CHTN works prospectively with each investigator to tailor specimen acquisition and processing to meet their specific project requirements. Because the CHTN is funded by the NCI, the CHTN is able to maintain nominal processing fees for its services. The CHTN is comprised of five adult divisions and one pediatric division. Each of the adult divisions coordinates investigator applications/requests based upon the investigator's geographic location within North America. The Pediatric Division manages all investigators who request pediatric specimens only. The CHTN divisions share coordination for requests from outside North America. The CHTN divisions work both independently with individual investigators and together as a seamless unit to fulfill requests that are difficult to serve by any single division. The CHTN's unique informatics system allows each division to effectively communicate and network the needs of its investigators to all CHTN divisions. The Network as a whole can then help fulfill an investigator's request. Biospecimens from surgeries, autopsies and other routine procedures: Malignant, Benign, Diseased, Normal, Biofluids (urine, serum, plasma, buffy coat) High quality specimens at LOW processing fees: Fresh, Frozen, Floating in fixative, RNAlater, Paraffin embedded or and/or unstained slidesbiomaterial supply resource, human tissue, network, cancer, NCISCR_004446(Cooperative Human Tissue Network, RRID:SCR_004446)NCIrelated to: UAB SPORE Biorepository Banks, University of Alabama, Alabama, USA, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, University of Virginia, Virginia, USA, Ohio State University College of Medicine, Ohio, USA, Vanderbilt University, Tennessee, USA, listed by: One Mind Biospecimen Bank ListingLast checked downnlx_44126http://www.chtn.nci.nih.gov/
University of Kansas Medical Center PharmacologyResource, organization portal, training resource, people resource, graduate program resource, medical school program resource, undergraduate program resource, portal, degree granting program, data or information resourceThe Department of Pharmacology, Toxicology and Therapeutics at the University of Kansas Medical Center have faculty with diverse research interests. These three areas are essential for the development of new drugs and to determine the safety of all chemicals. Thus, students obtain a broad educational background in our department, which markedly increases their opportunities for employment. During the last three years, the Department has undergone a marked expansion. Seven new faculty have been hired. In addition, a number of new pieces of scientific equipment have been purchased: HPLC-MS/MS, nucleotide sequencer, robot, etc. In September of 2006 we plan to move into a new research building, as shown in the architects drawing. We also plan to hire six additional faculty the next three years. Thus, this department is an exciting place to be.SCR_007508(University of Kansas Medical Center Pharmacology, RRID:SCR_007508)related to: University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas, USALast checked upnif-0000-02187
Clinical and Translational Science Awards ConsortiumResource, knowledge environmentNational consortium of medical research institutions working together to transform the local, regional, and national environment to increase the efficiency and speed of clinical and translational research across the country. Consortium members share a common vision to reduce the time it takes for laboratory discoveries to become treatments for patients, to engage communities in clinical research efforts and to train clinical and translational researchers. This consortium includes 60 medical research institutions located throughout the nation, linking them together to energize the discipline of clinical and translational science. The CTSA consortium has five Strategic Goals: * National Clinical and Translational Research Capability * The Training and Career Development of Clinical and Translational Scientists * Consortium-Wide Collaborations * The Health of our Communities and the Nation * T1 Translational Researchbiomedical, clinical, community, consortium, institution, laboratory, medical, patient, research, researcher, science, translational, translational research, treatmentSCR_008339(Clinical and Translational Science Awards Consortium, RRID:SCR_008339) U.S. Department of Health and Human Services , Vanderbilt University; Tennessee; USA National Center for Advancing Translational Sciencesrelated to: REDCap, eBIRT, VIVO, CTSA ShareCenter, CUSP, CDART, cTAKES, CTSA-IP, FURTHeR, HUBzero, ePRISM, ResearchMatch, SPARC, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, USA, Clinical Research Resource HUB, Eagle I, CTSAconnect, Boston University, Massachusetts, USA, Case Western Reserve University, Ohio, USA, Columbia University, New York, USA, Duke University, North Carolina, USA, Emory University, Georgia, USA, Morehouse School of Medicine, Georgia, USA, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia, USA, Georgetown University, Washington D.C., USA, Howard University, Washington D.C., Indiana University School of Medicine, Indiana, USA, Johns Hopkins University, Maryland, USA, Mayo Clinic, Medical College of Wisconsin, Wisconsin, USA, Medical University of South Carolina, South Carolina, USA, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, USA, New York University School of Medicine, New York, USA, Northwestern University, Illinois, USA, Oregon Health and Science University, Oregon, USA, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Pennsylvania, USA, Stanford University, Stanford, California, Ohio State University, Ohio, USA, Rockefeller University, New York, USA, The Scripps Research Institute, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Alabama, USA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Texas, USA, University of Utah, Utah, USA, Tufts University, Massachusetts, USA, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Arkansas, USA, University of California at Los Angeles, California, USA, University of California at Davis, California, USA, University of California at Irvine, California, USA, University of California at San Diego, California, USA, University of California at San Francisco, California, USA, University of Chicago, Illinois, USA, University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, University of Colorado Denver, Colorado, USA, University of Florida, Florida, USA, University of Illinois at Chicago, Illinois, USA, University of Iowa, Iowa, USA, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas, USA, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Massachusetts, USA, University of Miami, Florida, USA, University of Michigan, Michigan, USA, University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Minnesota, USA, University of New Mexico, New Mexico, USA, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, New York, USA, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Texas, USA, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Texas, USA, University of Washington, Seattle, USA, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin, USA, Vanderbilt University, Tennessee, USA, Meharry Medical College, Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia, USA, Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, USA, Hunter College, New York, USA, Yale University, Connecticut, USALast checked downnif-0000-24968http://www.ctsaweb.org/
Vanderbilt Clinical Research CenterResource, service resource, core facility, access service resourceThe purpose of the Vanderbilt Clinical Research Center is to provide the resources needed by clinical and translational investigators to carry out their research in an environment optimized for safety, comfort and convenience of the patient or volunteer, with the facilities and expertise to provide the most advantageous milieu in which to address the investigator''s experimental requirements. This includes outpatient space, inpatient beds, laboratories, equipment and supplies for clinical research by the faculty of Vanderbilt University, Meharry Medical College, and their collaborating investigators. The use of the center is justified on the basis of the quality and significance of the research and the special need for the Center''s facilities.SCR_010170(Vanderbilt Clinical Research Center, RRID:SCR_010170)Vanderbilt University; Tennessee; USA related to: Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Tennessee, USA, listed by: Eagle ILast checked upnlx_156647
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