Research Facilities and Resources
Georgia State University (GSU) offers an excellent scientific research environment with strong institutional commitment to provide the necessary resources and equipment for research success in Biomedical Sciences.
- Department of Animal Resources
- Germ-Free Facility
Facility maintains germ-free and gnotobiotic mice used to define the role of the mocrobiome in a variety of inflammatory diseases including bacterial and/or vireal infectious disease, and inflammatory bowel diseases.
- Transgenic and Gene Targeting Core
- Histopathology Core
Equipped with a wide array of equipment and facilities that are dedicated to a variety of histopathological analyses. Recently acquired Olympus Automated Quantitative Histology System allows efficient automated quantitative histopathological analysis.
- Imaging and Confocal Microscope Core
- Molecular Biology, Protein, DNA, Genomics/Microarray Core
- Proteomics and Mass Spectrometry Core
- Flow Cytometry Core