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The Purdue Genomics Center provides DNA sequencing, Affymetrix GeneChip Expression Analysis, bacterial colony picking and filter (macro) array printing services on a recharge basis.
Phillip SanMiguel Phillip SanMiguelAgricultural Genomics Center PAGC
Provides education on, assessment of, and shepherding of value-added products or processes from initial idea to value-added enterprise. These products or processes result from technological discoveries, producer ideas, or consumer needs identification. Pursuing these goals will create opportunities for agricultural producer groups to develop value-added agricultural businesses.
Joan FultonJoan FultonAgricultural Innovation and Commercialization Center (AICC)Mike BoehljeMike Boehlje
Assists Indiana communities in developing physical design concepts, ideas, and recommendations through the entrepreneurial collaboration between students, community
representatives and professional consultants.
Kim WilsonKim WilsonCenter for Community and Environmental Design
Serves as a focus for food, nutrition and biomedical research; and related technology development; and communication of science based information about designed foods and nutraceuticals for the food industry, health care industry and consumer groups.
Bruce WatkinsBruce WatkinsCenter for Enhancing Foods to Protect Health
The Center for the Environment is one of 10 centers that make up Discovery Park . Its mission is to facilitate interdisciplinary activities that enhance environmental integrity with enlightened stewardship and innovative monitoring, modeling, and management of natural resources, resulting in expanded economic development and improved quality of life.
John BickhamJohn BickhamCenter for the Environment (C4E)Linda LeeLinda Lee
Develops, manages, and operates computer-based information systems and databases in the subject matter areas relating to environmental concerns and regulatory programs affecting the management or practice of agriculture.
Eileen LukeEileen LukeCenter for Environmental and Regulatory Information Systems (CERIS)
Comparative medicine can be defined as the integral study of diseases from the molecular to the whole animal level using spontaneous and induced animal models with the aim to develop improved and innovative methods for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of human disease. The Center focuses on cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. Center faculty collaborate closely with faculty at the IU School of Medicine. The specific goals are (i) to develop and utilize new animal models of human disease. Current work focuses on the Ossabaw pig as a model of diet-induced cardiovascular disease and diabetes mellitus and concurrent work focuses on genetically engineered swine models; (ii) to perform comparative analysis of stem cells isolated from rodents, pigs, zebra fish and human umbilical cord blood; (iii) to provide training and research opportunities for graduate students. A laboratory animal medicine graduate training program was established in close association with the existing veterinary pathology graduate training program in the Department of Veterinary Pathobiology.
Randy WoodsonRandy WoodsonCenter of Excellence in Comparative Medicine (CECM)Harm HogenEschHarm HogenEsch