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  • Bioinformatics & Molecular Biology
  • Biostatistics & Computational Biology
  • Data Management & Planning
  • Molecular Biology Software
  • Neurosciences
  • NIH Data Sharing Policy
  • Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
  • Protocols & Methods
  • Public Health
  • Pediatric Translational Biospecimen Laboratory supports investigators and their collaborators with clinical sample processing and storage as well as development of Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Pediatric Clinical Research Office facilitates clinical research of the highest quality ensuring the safety of children.
  • Pediatric and Environmental Medicine Histology Service: This service provides, processing of tissues primarily from research animal models, from collection through fixative, dehydration, paraffin embedding and sectioning, or for frozen sections from harvest through cryopreservation, embedding and cryosectioning. The service also provides basic histologic stains ( H&E, Trichrome, Picrosirius Red, Toludine blue and PAS stains) as well as immunohistochemical techniques for light and fluorescent microscopy. A fee schedule is available.
    Contact: Daria Krenitsky or Gloria S. Pryhuber, M.D.
  • REDCap is a secure, web-based application for building and managing online surveys and databases.
  • Resources for Researchers is a comprehensive list of University of Rochester Medical Center research resources.
  • University Committee on Animal Resources – UCAR: Compliance information on animal welfare, policies, regulations, training and more.
  • URMC Research Network: This searchable database shows a faculty member's research trends and describes the connections between concepts and investigators. Search by keywords, people, and more.
  • Virtual Drug Discovery Center (UR VDDC) accelerates research on new drug discovery.