Core and Shared Facilities

Columbia has many cutting-edge research facilities that are designed to provide investigators with shared access to technically specialized services and high-end instrumentation. The Office for Research has designated facilities with high user satisfaction and open-access policies for Columbia investigators as "Core Facilities" on our website. You can search for these facilities below. Alternatively, internal users can search for iLab core services and pricing by logging into iLab.

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  • Affiliation

    Diabetes Research Center (DRC)

    Provides a Mouse Metabolic Function and Phenotyping Core and assists with experimental design, analysis, and training to analyze pathology, imaging, and flow cytometry data for diabetes research.

  • Affiliation

    Pathology

    Acquires high resolution images of whole tissue slides using Aperio AT2 brightfield & Aperio Versa8 fluorescence scanners. Software: eSlide Manager, ImageScope, HALO Image Analysis, Visiopharm, Qupath

    Director

    Kevin L Gardner, MD, PhD

    Contact

    Zhong Wang
    630 West 168th Street
    PH West 15-1582
    New York, NY 10032
    United States
  • Affiliation

    Pathology

    The Electron Microscope Core allows researchers to utilize various electron microscopy applications to observe ultrastructural features of biological tissues.

    Director

    VP&S Office for Research

    Contact

    VP&S Office for Research
    Physicians and Surgeons, 15-402
    630 West 168th Street
    New York, NY 10032
    United States
  • Affiliation

    Columbia University Irving Medical Center

    CUIMC provides upright, shelved -80°C freezers for the research community to use during a freezer failure while their freezer is being repaired or replaced.

    Director

    CUIMC Facilities

    Contact

    Yvonne Wojcicki
    CUIMC Campus
    New York, NY 10032
    United States
  • Core Facility

    Affiliation

    Stem Cell Initiative

    Provides training and access to: BD FACSAria, Bigfoot, Bio-Rad S3e sorters; Bio-Rad ZE5 & NovoCyte Quanteon cytometers; Amnis ImageStreamX MkII imaging cytometer; Luminex-200 and QuantiStudio 7 Flex.

    Director

    Emmanuelle Passegué, PhD

    Contact

    Michael Kissner
    Black Building, 11-511
    650 West 168th St.
    New York, NY 10032
    United States
  • Affiliation

    Microbiology and Immunology

    Provides training and access to flow cytometers and cell sorters. Instruments: BD LSR Fortessa, BD LSR II cytometers; BD FACS Aria II sorter.

    Director

    Nicholas Arpaia, PhD

    Contact

    M&I Resource Managers
    Hammer Health Science Center, 1211A
    701 West 168th Street
    New York, NY 10032
    United States
  • Core Facility

    Affiliation

    Columbia Center for Translational Immunology (CCTI)

    Provides training and access to flow cytometers and cell sorters. Instruments: BD FACS CantoII, BD Fortessa, BD LSRII cytometers; 4-laser BD Influx and Aria II cell sorters.

    Director

    Remi Creusot, PhD

    Contact

    Caisheng Lu, PhD
    Black Building, 1710
    650 West 168th Street
    New York, NY 10032
    United States
  • Core Facility

    Affiliation

    Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center (HICCC)

    Generates and analyzes genetically modified mice, including transgenic, knockout, and CRISPR-modified animals. Offers mouse embryonic stem (ES) cell derivation service.

    Director

    Jianwen Que, MD, PhD

    Contact

    Chyuan-Sheng (Victor) Lin
    Irving Cancer Research Center, Room 604
    1130 Saint Nicholas Avenue
    New York, NY 10032
    United States
  • Core Facility

    Affiliation

    Sulzberger Columbia Genome Center

    The Genome Sequencing and Analysis Facility, located within the Columbia Genome Center, provides high-quality and cost-effective next-generation genome, exome, and RNA sequencing services.

    Director

    Andrea Califano, PhD

    Contact

    Yufeng Shen, PhD
    Lasker Building, 208
    3960 Broadway
    New York, NY 10032
    United States
  • Affiliation

    Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center (HICCC)

    Resources that are essential to basic and translational cancer research: biomarkers, microscopy, epigenetics, proteomics, transgenic mouse, crystallography, small animal imaging, molecular pathology