Research Cores and Shared Services
The College of Medicine and FAU offer a number of cores and shared services to facilitate research across the university.
The Flow Cytometry Core Facility provides access to a state-of-the-art analyzer, cell sorter and workstation and provides assistance to investigators and students with experimental design, data acquisition/analysis and interpretation.
FAU Core Facilities
FAU has core facilities, common equipment and shared equipment. We also have reciprocity agreements with Scripps-Florida and Max Planck Florida Institute for access to their core facilities. FAU faculty can access those cores with equal priority and on a cost basis. Visit the FAU Cores page for more information.
COM Shared Research Facilities
Download list of shared research facilities for occasional use by FAU non-COM faculty and students.
The mission of Comparative Medicine is to oversee all animal care and use at Florida Atlantic University; provide veterinary care; ensure that all animal uses are in full compliance with federal, state and local regulations; provide the necessary elements in direct support to the University's research and teaching programs that use animals; and ensure proper care and use, emphasizing the avoidance or minimization of discomfort, distress and pain. For more information, visit FAU Comparative Medicine Research. Contacts: Sylvia Gografe, D.V.M., Ph.D., DACLAM, 561-297-4233.