Shared Core Resources
Shared core resources are centralized instruments, technologies, and expertise available to members of the Cancer Center to facilitate efficient resource utilization and access to world-class capabilities for scientific researchers.
Please click on the headings below to access more information for each core.
UF Health Cancer Center (UFHCC) Cores
Maintains an overall responsibility for the performance of clinical trials conducted by UFHCC investigators and provides coordination and administrative support for the UFHCC Scientific Review Process and Data and Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB).
Provides support for cancer researchers in the area of biostatistics, epidemiology, health outcomes, healthcare economics, clinical trials, data analysis, and data management.
Specializing in three primary task areas: 1) X-Ray Crystallography, 2) Lead Discovery, and 3) Lead Optimization.
The TRC Human shRNA Library is available to supply Lentiviral Human shRNA clones to UF Health researchers.
Other Cores Provided from Around UF Health
*The UFHCC does not financially cover any cores for the following listed, except for two cores, Flow Cytometry & Confocal Microscopy, from the ICBR.
Provided by the Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research (ICBR), the UFHCC assists with payment for UFHCC members that utilize Core services for 1) Flow Cytometry and 2) Confocal Microscopy. For more information on these two cores, and a list of links for other ICBR cores, please click the above link.
The mission of the Cellular Therapy Core Lab is to develop, perform, and facilitate cell-based technologies for clinical application.
The CTSI provides many different services and cores for researchers throughout UF Health. For a comprehensive list of these services and cores, please click the above link.
Additional Available UF Shared Resources
(Histology & IHC Pathology, Immunology, and Lab. Med. Services)