Each month, the DNA Services Core Facility analyzes the DNA sequencing metadata (read length, quality scores, etc) and gives a $54 worth of sequencing credit to the “winner” of the Template Quality Challenge. In May, DNA Services sequenced ~2500 DNA samples, large and small. Of the former, ~70% produced contiguous read lengths of 800 bases or more. The month’s winner is Ronn Leon of the Fleming lab (Bone Marrow Transplant) for “Best DNA sequencing sample” with a contiguous read … Read More
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The NIH has announced that its 2012 “Sustainable Laboratories: Choosing the Right Equipment” conference will be held on December 13 and 14, 2012 in Bethesda, Maryland. This is an opportunity for researchers and clinicians to learn about the latest advances in laboratory equipment, which utilize cutting-edge energy efficiency technologies for biomedical research laboratories. The conference may be of special interest to those involved in managing research equipment and writing construction grants. Day one: Innovative energy-saving … Read More
Learn more about shared resources at OHSU. PDF versions of many the presentations given at the BioMedicine in 4D Shared Resources Colloquium on March 21 are now available on the OHSU Shared Resources website for you to download. Available presentations include: Advanced Computing Center Bioanalytical Shared Resource/Pharmacokinetics Core Electronics & Instrument Design Core Resource Flow Cytometry Shared Resource Gene Microarray Shared Resource Transgenic Mouse Models Contact Andrew Chitty if you have any questions.
The Advanced Light Microscopy Core at the Jungers Center and the Vollum Institute are hosting a free ZEISS-sponsored workshop aimed at educating scientists and students on the fundamentals of microscopy. This event includes a combination of lectures, hands-on labs, and purveying information applicable to microscope systems from all manufacturers. Tuesday, April 24 – Lectures in Vollum M1441 1:15–2 p.m. Generating Publication Quality Images, Part 1: “Understanding Signal-to-Noise, Contrast Techniques, Illumination, Objectives and Sample Preparation” 2–3 … Read More
The 2012 BioMedicine in 4D Symposium, hosted by OHSU’s Center for Spatial Systems Biomedicine, will be held March 21 – 23 in the OHSU Old Library. Keynote speakers include Brian Druker, M.D., on March 22, and Stephen Quake, D.Phil, on March 23. Sessions will explore integration of -omics with new and developing microscopy techniques, expanded role of modeling, and translation of the new approaches into therapies. The Center for Spatial Systems Biomedicine brings exciting initiatives … Read More
A list of speakers is now available for the Shared Resources Colloquium on March 21, part of the BioMedicine in 4D conference in the OHSU Old Library. From 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., attend presentations highlighting the OHSU Shared Resources Cores. Core directors will introduce their campus services and how they can help you get the most out of your research endeavors. Please also plan to join us at the end of the day for … Read More
A micro-CT scanner designed for rapid, low exposure scanning of mice and rats is now available for general use by OHSU researchers. Housed at the Oregon National Primate Research Center, the Caliper Quantum FX micro-CT delivers images at an X-ray dose low enough to enable true longitudinal studies; it is appropriate for both ex vivo and in vitro scans. For more information or to use the machine, please contact Kati Marshall. Download this PDF for scheduling information and … Read More