UNC Centers and Resources
List of core facilities, centers and resources available to the UNC community.
Michael Hooker Microscopy Facility
The Michael Hooker Microscopy Facility is a research microscopy facility in the Thurston Bowles building at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. The facility provides standard and advanced digital light microscopy and image processing resources to users from the UNC Chapel Hill campus on a fee for use basis. Instrumentation and instruction are provided to enable users to acquire, process and analyze images from samples they have prepared, or we can acquire data with you.
UNC Flow Cytometry Facility
The UNC Flow Cytometry Facility provides state-of-the-art flow cytometry and related services to the entire UNC-CH research community as well as to others in the Research Triangle Park area.
The UNC-Duke Proteomics Center
The UNC-Duke Proteomics Center provides researchers with a state-of-the-art facility to identify proteins and to assist in the characterization of protein modification and differential expression.
R. L. Juliano Structural BioInformatics Core
The R. L. Juliano Structural Bioinformatics Core Facility (SBI Core) is a computational core that trains researchers in computational structural biology techniques. Researchers have access to state-of-the-art software tools for protein and DNA sequence analysis, protein fold determination, homology modeling, active site identification, and analysis of the effects of various mutations on the structure and function of the protein.
Genomics Core & Microarray Facility
The Genomics Core is located in the Lineberger Cancer Center at room 11-139 and provides RNA concentration and quality check, and RNA labeling and array hybridization
UNC Cystic Fibrosis Pulmonary Research and Treatment Center
The UNC Cystic Fibrosis Pulmonary Research and Treatment Center is a large, multidisciplinary group focused on the pathogenesis and therapy of cystic fibrosis and other lung diseases.
Carolina Center for Genome Sciences
Connecting people interested in ethical, legal, and social implications (ELSI) of genomic research since 2007.