Translational Technologies and Core Resources, and Shared Resources
The CCTS has enabled a consolidation and transformation of current core resources at OSU and NCH. New translational technologies are being identified for development that will expand core resources and services to all aspects of basic, translational, and T1 and T2 clinical research.
The TTR works with other groups and members of the CCTS to identify and develop new CCTS translational technologies and core resources, actively participating in CTSA Consortium-wide activities to enhance access to unique core resources.
These collaborative efforts with other CTSA institutions offer valuable and efficient resources to the consortium as a whole and support the purpose of the Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA).
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Key Senior Investigators:
- Robert Brueggemeier, PhD
- Patrick Green, PhD
- Michael Oglesbee, DVM, PhD
- Michael Grever, MD
- Michael Knopp, MD, PhD
Key Research Investigators:
- Mitch Phelps, PhD - Pharmacoanalytic Shared Resource (PhASR)
- Michael Darby, PhD - Chemical and Radiochemical Support
- Cheryl London, DVM, PhD - Veterinary Clinical Trials
- Krista LaPerle, DVM, PhD - Comparative Pathology and Mouse Phenotyping
- Sashwati Roy, PhD - Laser Capture Molecular Core
- Debra Zevallos, MHA - Biomedical Imaging
OSU and NCH offer numerous core research laboratories for shared use by health sciences investigators. This includes the Core Resources of the CCTS and of other Colleges and Centers of OSU and NCH. Clinical research faculty, basic scientists and students all benefit from the shared cost of these resources, and the research environment at Ohio State benefits from the economies of scale that enable timely acquisition of new instrumentation and technologies.
For more information on the capabilities of existing core resources, location and contact information, and requisite requirements for core utilization, please download this PDF [Link to Translational Technologies other shared resources PDF]
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