We’re heading to ABRF 2012!

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In 10 days, my colleagues and I will pack our bags and head off to Orlando, Florida for the annual meeting of the Association for Biomolecular Resources Facilities (ABRF).   Believing, as we do, that our mission and vision aligns well with the goals of core facilities around the world, we’re excited about the opportunity to […]

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Guest post: At the core of cancer research, shared resources accelerate translation

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This is a guest post by Deborah Berry, Co-Director for the Histopathology and Tissue Shared Resource (HTSR) at Lombardi Cancer Center (full bio below).  One of my colleagues at the Georgetown University Medical Center, Todd Waldman, is studying the genes that cause glioblastoma multiforme (GBM).  GBM is the most common and deadly form of primary […]

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