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843 Light Hall
Director: Owen McGuinness, Ph.D.
Managing Director and Core Contact: Louise Lantier, Ph.D.
The number of genetically altered mice with relevance or potential relevance to metabolic disease continues to grow. The techniques necessary to study the impact of genetic (or pharmacologic) manipulations on metabolic and endocrine processes are difficult and specialized. Performing well-controlled metabolism experiments in mice is difficult due to their small size. This is particularly true if the goal is to study conscious mice free of stress. The Aims of the MPC are to serve the needs of the scientific community by:
Subcore Metabolic Regulation: In vivo
Light Hall Room 843
Director: Owen P. McGuinness, Ph.D.
Cost for Services - Non-Vanderbilt (USA) Academic
*****Energy Balance Core: Considerations Before Starting a Study*****
Subcore Tissue and In vivo Imaging
742 Light Hall
Director: Sam Wells, Ph.D.
Subcore Bariatric Surgery
843 Light Hall
Director: Louise Lantier, Ph.D.
Subcore Murine Pancreatic Islet Isolation Core (run through the Vanderbilt DRTC)
748 Preston Research Building
Director: Marcela Brissova, Ph.D.
Research Assistant: Anastasia Golovin
MMPC_Energy_balance_core_experimental_design_notes.docx - Added on October 21, 2014 at 8:18 AM by Fran Tripp