Core Facilities at Karmanos

Core Facilities

Karmanos Cancer Institute at Wayne State University operates a number of Shared Resources (Core Facilities) that offer both advanced technologies and equipment. Shared Resources provide access to specialized technologies, services, and expertise that enhance scientific interaction and productivity. The support of centralized shared services for Karmanos members is intended to ensure greater stability, reliability, cost-effectiveness and quality control.

For further details about shared resources, including services and technology available and how to contact the shared resource experts, please see the list below, or download the Karmanos Core Handbook.

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