University Resources - By Category

The Core Research Facilities are a collection of centralized laboratories dedicated to developing and providing state-of-the-art research resources to facilitate biomedical research. They are available on a fee-for-service basis to the entire health sciences community as well as outside entities.

Facilities available to Carver College of Medicine investigators include:

 

Animal Resources
Office of Animal ResourcesEmail Directory
Comparative Pathology Laboratory  Paul Naumann
Genome Editing Core Facility (formerly the Transgenic and Genome Manipulation Core Facility)William Paradee, PhD
Metabolic PhenotypingJamie Soto
Small Animal Imaging FacilityJohn Sunderland, PhD
 saic@uiowa.edu
Tissue Procurement Core FacilityC. Michael Knudson, PhD
Bioengineering, Biosafety Labs and cGMP Facilities
Bioengineering ServicesDennis Wilson
Biosafety Level III Laboratories Dana Ries
Center for Biocatalysis and BioprocessingMani Subramanian, PhD
Mitch Rotman
biocatalysis@uiowa.edu 
Viral Resources
Viral Vector Core Facility (formerly the Gene Transfer Vector Core Facility)Kate Holt, PhD