A key goal of the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota is to provide access to technologies, services and scientific consultation that facilitate interaction and enhance scientific productivity. The shared resources highlighted below provide stability, reliability, cost-effectiveness, and quality control that would be difficult to achieve otherwise. The Masonic Cancer Center's designation by the National Cancer Institute as a comprehensive center includes support for many of these resources. Investigators with peer-reviewed, funded projects are the primary beneficiaries of all shared resources; many of the resources also are available to other researchers outside of the University community.
- Analytical Biochemistry
- Biostatistics and Bioinformatics
- Clinical Pharmacology
- Comparative Pathology
- Flow Cytometry
- Mouse Genetics Laboratory
- Oncology Medical Informatics & Services
- Translational Cell Therapy
- X-RAD Biological Irradiator
Publication Acknowledgment Request
Since our shared resources receive grant support from the National Cancer Institute, their use should be acknowledged in any publications. The following statement is suggested: "This work was supported in part by NIH P30 CA77598 utilizing the following Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota shared resource(s)..."