About Shared Resources
The Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute provides access to technologies, services, and scientific consultation that enhance scientific interaction and productivity. The support of shared resources for the Cancer Institute provides stability, reliability, cost-effectiveness, access to specialized technology, and methodology and quality control.
The primary users of shared resources are Cancer Institute investigators with peer-reviewed, funded projects–a standard assuring that Cancer Institute funds support high-quality research.
Some types of shared resources, such as biostatistics, informatics, and clinical protocol and data management, provide core resources that are not supported by specific research grant mechanisms.
Our Shared Resources
The following pages provide a brief description of each shared resource and contact information for the key personnel. Additional information may be obtained by contacting the director or manager of the resource.
The Biostatistics Shared Facility (BSF) provides statistical support to cancer-related research.Learn More
Bioinformatics (Developing Shared Resource)
The Bioinformatics Core provides faculty support in experimental design, data analysis, data visualization, and interpretation of large, complex genomic and proteomic data sets.Learn More
Genomics (Developing Shared Resource)
Genomics Core provides state-of-the-art genomics technologies in order to generate high-quality data with efficient turn-around time and affordable cost.Learn More
We are committed to working with each investigator to adapt our approach to fit specific research goals and to providing results in customized publication-quality form.Learn More
he Translational Pathology Shared Resource s comprised of the Experimental Pathology Core and the Tissue Biorepository and Procurement Service (TBAPS).Learn More