The Lurie Cancer Center funds shared facilities and resources that provide services, equipment and expertise that are fundamental to understanding the basic biology and clinical manifestations of cancer. The following facilities and resources are accessible to all Lurie Cancer Center members and support its mission to foster basic, clinical and translational research in the mechanisms and treatment of cancer.
- Center for Advanced Microscopy: Cell Imaging Facility and Nikon Imaging Center
- Developmental Therapeutics Core
- Flow Cytometry Facility
- High Throughput Analysis Laboratory
- Immunotherapy Assessment Core
- Keck Biophysics Facility
- Metabolomics Developing Core Facility
- Molecular & Translational Imaging Core Facility
- Mouse Histology & Phenotyping Laboratory
- Outcomes Measurement & Survey Core Facility
- Pathology Core Facility
- Proteomics Core Facility
- Quantitative Data Sciences Core Facility
- Structural Biology Facility
- Transgenic and Targeted Mutagenesis Laboratory Facility
Visit the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine site for a full list of research cores available.
NCCN Shared Resources Database
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) has established the NCCN Shared Resources Database for scientists and investigators at its member institutions in order to provide resources that will improve the ability to advance cancer therapies through quality research. This database gives all participating cancer centers access to state‐of‐the‐art research technology, equipment, technical support, data and biostatistics services that would be too difficult or expensive for them to develop and maintain on their own.
To access the database, visit the link above. You must be a registered user on the NCCN website using an institutional email address. Personal emails will not be able to access this secure website.