The Cardiovascular Physiology Core Facility, with over 35 years of research experience, provides researchers with a resource for creating and studying animal models of disease.
While the central focus of the facility is cardiovascular research, the techniques employed are often useful to investigators in other fields. Currently, the facility is conducting studies into diabetes, bone growth, drug toxicology, and gene therapy in liver and skeletal muscle, as well as cardiovascular disease. One of the most popular services provided by the facility is evaluation of the cardiovascular phenotype of transgenic mice.
The facilities include:
• Fully-equipped small and large animal operating theaters
• State-of the art echocardiography for large and small animal models
• ECG and blood pressure monitoring via telemetry
• Exercise training and testing
• Physiologic recording equipment
You can learn more about this lab’s offerings on their storefront.