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Core Laboratories at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science

This is a summary list of all core laboratories at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science . The list includes links to more detailed information, which may also be found using the eagle-i search app.

AXIS Biomedical Informatics function


The AXIS Biomedical Informatics function is dedicated to providing investigators at Charles Drew University (CDU) with state-of-the-art informatics solutions for their research projects. AXIS Biomedical Informatics comprises a multi-disciplinary team of researchers with backgrounds and interest in clinical medicine, biomedical informatics, medical geography and geographical information systems, computer science, sociotechnical theories and qualitative methods.

Cancer Research and Training Core Facility


Molecular and Translational research in oncology

Exercise Physiology Laboratory


A 3,000 square foot Exercise Physiology Lab is located in the ERC Business Park approximately one mile from KDMC. It is fully equipped with Keiser pneumatic resistance training equipment, free weights, treadmills, stationary exercise cycles, as well as state-of-the-art, computerized equipment for measuring muscle performance, cardiopulmonary response, and body composition. These tools are available for utilization by investigators working the field of health disparities related to endocrine metabolism and exercise physiology.

Metabolic and Oxidative Stress Core Laboratory


Since its inception fifteen years ago, the Technology Core Laboratory has surpassed its goals in new assay development and assay refinement. It has provided top-quality services, been innovative in developing new assays, and has encouraged collaborations between molecular biologists and clinical investigators. This core laboratory has an outstanding record of accomplishments and has supported many high-impact, peer-reviewed publications.

Morphometry and Stereology Laboratory


The Morphometry and Stereology Laboratory is a service and training laboratory for the faculty, students, and staff of CDU and other interested researchers. The mission of the laboratory is to:
1) teach up-to-date stereology theory and practical morphometric techniques;
2) help design unbiased efficient morphometric studies;
3) train researchers to use the equipment and software available in the laboratory;
4) develop an outreach program for community students to visit a microscopy research laboratory;
5) organize stereology workshops for CDU personnel and other interested researchers.



The Vivarium is a facility dedicated to the humane care and use of laboratory animals.

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