HSCRB core facilities support scientific researchers both within Harvard and across the Boston area.
These facilities provide scientists with access to highly specialized services, equipment, and expertise that cannot be supplied by an individual laboratory.
HSCRB core facilities
- Flow Cytometry Core Facility: Mammalian cell sorting and analysis
- HSCRB Histology-Immunohistochemistry Core Facility: Professional and technical histological and immuno-histochemical services.
- HSCI iPS Core Facility (hosted by HSCRB): Human iPS cell line derivation and genome-editing services, as well as distribution of human pluripotent stem cell lines produced by Harvard scientists
- Media Preparation, Glass Wash, and Glass Pipette Program
Other core facilities
HSCRB scientists use many different core facilities across Harvard. Here, we share the cores that are used most regularly by members of our department.
Bioinformatics and computing
- FAS Research Computing on the Cambridge campus
- HMS Bioinformatics Core on the Longwood campus
Supporting technologies ranging from complex multi-laser flow cytometers to simple spectrophotometers
Transgenic, gene targeting, and other related mouse-model services to investigators of Harvard University and its affiliated institutions
A comprehensive list of Harvard’s biomedical core facilities