Biospecimen Pathology Core

The Biospecimen Pathology Core will accomplish three aims: 

  1. Provide annotated human biospecimens, including blood and tissue components
  2. Aid in the design and implementation of prospective specimen collection protocols and of histologic and molecular analyses of specimens
  3. Construct tissue microarrays tailored to individual and collaborative research projects. 

The accomplishment of these aims will enhance and facilitate translational research on a variety of cancers. In particular, verifying the quality of biospecimens will help to ensure the validity of research results. In addition, providing clinic-pathologic annotation of specimens will increase the relevance and significance of the various projects planned for the Stephenson Cancer Center.

Equipment

Agilent SureScan Microarray Scanner System
ArrayIt® SpotWare™ Colorimetric Microarray Scanner
Biorad CFX96™ Touch Real-Time PCR Detection System
Biorad Experion™ Automated Electrophoresis Station and Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer
Janus Automated Workstation
Nanoprint Microarray Printing
Modular Tissue Embedding Center Leica EG1150
Semi-enclosed Benchtop Tissue Processor Leica TP1020
Veridiam Tissue Arrayer

Core Director

Kar-Ming Fung, MD, PhD
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Contact Information

Sheeja Aravindan
COBRE Administrator Coordinator
P: (405) 271-6850
E: scc-cobre@ouhsc.edu

 

Forms

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Usage Acknowledgement

If research supported by the Stephenson Cancer Center core facilities results in a publication or news release, please acknowledge this support in your manuscript. Following publication, please send us one of your reprints for our records.