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Our effective blend of technological expertise and state-of-the-art instrumentation makes us well-suited and excited to join forces with outside Investigators.

Additional resources can also be found at the Biomedical Technology Resources portal, an NIH innovative technology resource.

When appropriate, please acknowledge our support in publications and presentations: “This work was supported in part by the National Institutes of Health grant P41GM108538.”

 

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Our Technologies Could Advance Your Research

We are always on the lookout for new collaborative projects.  The goals of these projects are manifold and include driving the collaborator’s biological problem, keeping the center abreast with the latest needs of the community, and applying maturing center technologies. We seek projects that have potential to showcase Center technologies and synergize with our broad theme of metabolism and biomedicine.

Collaborative Projects

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Collaborative Projects

Collaboration Request Form

Tell Us About Your Project

We have partnered with dozens of laboratories across the country with the aim to leveraging NCQBCS technologies to solve longstanding biological research questions. The goal for each of our collaborative projects is to produce at least one high-quality, high-impact publication.

The NCQBCS seeks collaborative projects that have the potential to showcase Center technologies and synergize with our broad theme of metabolism and biomedicine.

Please fill out the online form below to inquire about your project idea. In additional to the general information in the online form please attach a separate one to two page project description.  In this document include the following:  project aims, underlying hypotheses, biological significance and impact, proteomic needs, prior published and unpublished results, expected timeline. The project review team meets the second Wednesday of the month to review requests from collaborators.

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