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Events and Announcements
Event Announcements and Core Highlights
Arduino for Neurobiologists: Building simple scientific instruments using Arduino microcontrollers
DATES (Multiple): Wednesday, December 3; Friday December 5; Monday, December 8
Where: Goldenson 229
*Because of the hands-on nature of the class, enrollment is limited to 10 grad students and postdocs. No auditing.
Cancer and Stem Cells
When: Monday, December 8 | 11:00am-3:00pm
Where: New Research Building, Room 350
Functional Genomics and Screening
When: Wednesday, January 28, 2015 | 1:00-4:30pm
HMS Core Facilities Poster Session
When: Tuesday, October 28, 2014 | 3:30-5:00pm
Where: Joseph B. Martin Conference Center, 2nd Floor Lounge
View the Event Flyer HERE.
This event will help build awareness of the many resources and services available to researchers at HMS. Join us to interact with core facility staff and learn more about the services, facilties, and shared equipment available to you.
This event is organized and sponsored by the Tools and Technology Program (TnT) at Harvard Medical School.
The Power of Multiplexed Proteomics
When: Wednesday, May 28, 2014 | 2:00-4:00pm
Where: Armenise Amphitheatre
*Reception to follow in Modell Atirum
Steve Gygi, PhD
Marc Kirschner, PhD
Mike Weekes, MD, PhD
Bruce Spiegleman, PhD
Schedule an information session with the NEW HSPH Bioinformatics Core.
There is a new bioinformatics core available to researchers at HMS. In an effort to provide bioinformatics analysis services and training to the HMS Community, the HMS Tools and Technology Program has provided additional support and resources to the HSPH Bioinformatics Core (HBC).
Want to learn more about HBC?
HBC Information Sessions: HBC can deliver presentations at departmental meetings or lab meetings. The presentation would be 10-15 minutes and would provide a brief overview of the core and what kind of support they provide.
If you are interested in scheduling an information session or would like to learn more please contact Meeta Mistry, Bioinformatics Analyst at: email@example.com
The Thermo Fisher Scientific Center for Multiplexed Proteomics at Harvard Medical School
The new Thermo Fisher Scientific Center at Harvard Medical School offers proteome-wide protein expression profiling. The Center uses recently-introduced high resolution mass spectrometers (Orbitrap Fusion Tribrid) and isobaric tandem mass tags (TMT) to quantify protein expression from cells or tissues. Currently the tandem mass tag technology allows for the analysis of 6-10 samples within a single experiment. For example, protein expression in a cancer cell line can be profiled after nine drug treatments and compared to an untreated sample across >6,000 proteins. The services are provided to the HMS community as well as external users.
Please visit the website at http://tcmp.hms.harvard.edu for more information and details on submitting samples.
The Longwood Medical Area CyTOF Core Facility
The Longwood Medial Area (LMA) CyTOF Core Facility uses innovative technology available to the Harvard Medical School Community that integrates Mass Spectrometry with Flow Cytometry.
The heart of the facility is a CyTOF®2 Mass Cytometer (pictured above) that is capable of analyzing, at the single cell level, up to 40 markers simultaneously with minimal signal overlap. The facility has both a dedicated operator and a data analyst who assist investigators as they design assays, process samples, and analyze the high dimensional data produced by the CyTOF.
The IVIS (In-Vivo Imaging System) Lumina II mouse imager
The HMS Mouse Imaging Core provides access for researchers to in-vivo mouse imaging for endpoint and longitudinal studies using either luminescent or fluorescent reporters in an Animal Biosafety Level 2 environment. Staff from the ICCB-Longwood Screening Facility oversee the IVIS (In-Vivo Imaging System) Lumina II mouse imager and its use, while the IVIS room is operated and maintained by the HCCM (Harvard Center for Comparative Medicine). Staff members provide access and training for the imager and data analysis computers, while the HCCM oversees all room and animal operations including facility access, safety training and orientation, animal transfers and husbandry, and protocol approval.
High-throuput chemical and RNAi screening
This symposium featured a number of brief talks outlining high-throughput screening technologies and resources available throughout the Harvard community.
Find out more HERE.
HMS Core Facilities Talk and Poster Session
The TnT Committee hosted a poster session and a series of talks to highlight the services, facilities and shared equipment available to researchers on the Quad.
Find out more HERE.