We're studying the interaction among biological and behavioral processes of brain and other neurological illness/health experiences, with particular emphasis on stroke and cognitive and affective symptoms.
The Biological Core Laboratory consists of several individual laboratories and workstations, which in combination accommodate numerous faculty and graduate students who are conducting individual or collaborative research projects. No animal work is done in this laboratory.
The Biological Core Laboratory includes:
Two biochemistry laboratories
A laboratory equipped for cell culture
A histology laboratory
A genetics laboratory
A molecular biology laboratory
A large shared space containing multi-user equipment and a large table and chairs
Contact Susan Whitman at email@example.com for access to the Biological Sciences Laboratory. Evidence of an approved protocol and required training are needed for access.
*Note: Only required if you have taken the General Laboratory Chemical Safety Training before April 1, 2013. The current version of the training includes sufficient information on GHS to satisfy the OSHA training requirements.
The Behavioral Core Laboratory consists of designated space for faculty and graduate students to conduct clinical research involving human subjects. There are rooms to conduct research protocols as well as rooms for large and small group meetings.
The Behavioral Core Laboratory includes:
A large, state-of-the-art conference room for group meetings and conferences
A smaller conference room for group meetings, focus groups and other small group research activities
An intervention room
A clinical measurement room to conduct research protocols
A waiting area for study participants
Contact the Office of Nursing Research at CON-ONR-Staff@distribution.arizona.edu for access to the Behavioral Core Laboratory. Evidence of human subjects approved and required training are needed for access.