The BSCF supports the research activities of TiCER scientists by allowing access to cutting-edge cellular imaging modalities as well as physiological and molecular phenotyping technologies. This core exists to support research that integrates mechanistic understandings of environmental health risks along a continuum that ranges from in vitro to in vivo studies.Through the BSFC, Center members have streamlined and cost-effective access to state-of-the-art technologies, trainings, and services . These include structural and functional imaging of cultured cells, or organoid, spheroid, and organ-on-a-chip models; and whole animal physiological and molecular phenotyping technologies.
Members of the BSFC Have A Track Record of
BSFC Scientists are:
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Examples of BSFC Technologies:
Transmission Electron Microscope
See below for a complete list of technologies offered by the BSFC
Rodent Phenotyping Shared ResourceReynolds Medical Building
206 Olsen Blvd, College Station, TX 77845
Imaging Analysis LaboratoryRoom B12, Veterinary Medical Administration (VMA) - Building #1206
402 Raymond Stotzer Parkway, College Station, TX 77843